Sarasota News Leader

12/07/2012

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BACK WHERE IT BELONGS UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER RETURNS TO THE BAYFRONT Staff Reports After it was struck by a sedan and damaged downtown Sarasota, adjacent to U.S. 41 and significantly in late April, the Seward John- Bayfront Park. son sculpture Unconditional Surrender was Staff photographer Norman Schimmel recordtransported north for repairs. ed the progress of the statue's return home Hurricane Sandy's assault on the Northeast this week as a crew worked to make sure it slowed its return. However, by Tuesday, Dec. was firmly in place. % 4, it was back at its highly visible spot in After being struck by a sedan in late April, the statue lies on the ground, awaiting pickup and transportation for repairs. Photo by Norman Schimmel

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