Crews Patch Holes On Saturn V Rocket

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) - Crews have started work to repair the Saturn V Rocket.  This is to patch holes left by bullets last month.

A company from New Mexico that did the original refurbishing to the Saturn V plans to have the holes fixed by the end of the day.

It was damaged, along with some glass panels on the outside of The Davidson Center.

In all, three shots were fired into The Davidson Center, and two bullets hit the rocket inside.

Police say it appears the shots came from a moving vehicle on I-565.   No one has been arrested.

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