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  • Saving Ethan

    FBI photo of the bunker where Jimmy Lee Dykes held Ethan for nearly week in February 2013 in Alabama.
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  • Saving Ethan

    The bunker where Jimmy Lee Dykes confined himself and Ethan measured 6 feet by 8 feet and was 12 feet below ground.
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  • Saving Ethan

    Jimmy Lee Dykes' underground bunker walls were lined with plywood and contained bunk beds.
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  • Saving Ethan

    Steps led up 12 feet to ground level and out from the bunker where Ethan was held.
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  • Saving Ethan

    The ceiling of the bunker where Jimmy Lee Dykes held Ethan built from wood joists and plywood. The FBI was concerned that heavy rains could cause the bunker to collapse.
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  • Saving Ethan

    The bunker built by Jimmy Lee Dykes was wired for electricity and contained provisions for him to stay underground for several days.
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  • Saving Ethan

    The law enforcement effort to save Ethan included FBI, state and local resources; 45 agencies and more than 350 personnel contributed to the operation.
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  • Saving Ethan

    The bunker was situated on this property on a rural dirt road near Midland City, Alabama.
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  • Saving Ethan

    The hatch (underneath the blue tent) where FBI agents entered the bunker to rescue Ethan and engaged in a firefight with Jimmy Lee Dykes.
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    Tactical vehicles near the site of the 6 day stand-off with Jimmy Lee Dykes
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  • Saving Ethan

    Jimmy Lee Dykes asked police to communicate with him by talking through this pipe, which he had rigged with a bomb.
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