Day 2: Deconstruction of gazebo where Tamir Rice was shot continues

CLEVELAND -- Crews are in their second day taking down the gazebo where 12-year-old Tamir Rice was shot and killed by a Cleveland police officer.

The pieces will be shipped to the Stony Island Arts Bank museum in Chicago where it will be rebuilt and put on display.

Since Tamir was killed in November 2014, the gazebo has become a makeshift memorial.

Concrete picnic tables by the gazebo were removed Wednesday along with some shingles from the roof.


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