Richard Johnson, left, Wake County Sheriff’s Office operations chief, and Agent Jones of the City-County Bureau of Identification, examine an electronics panel on the Vortex ride on Oct. 29.
Richard Johnson, left, Wake County Sheriff’s Office operations chief, and Agent Jones of the City-County Bureau of Identification, examine an electronics panel on the Vortex ride on Oct. 29. clowenst@newsobserver.com
Richard Johnson, left, Wake County Sheriff’s Office operations chief, and Agent Jones of the City-County Bureau of Identification, examine an electronics panel on the Vortex ride on Oct. 29. clowenst@newsobserver.com

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