Shedding light on fire

Ezra stayed close to Winston as they moved through the remains of the lab. His brows were furrowed. He stopped and pointed. “This is the center of the blast,” he said, no trace of uncertainty in his tone.

Winston nodded. “So, all the evidence would be around this point,” he said, his brows furrowed.

With a noise of affirmation, Ezra started moving out from that spot. “Hopefully, we can find enough evidence that we’re able to figure out what sort of bomb it was, so we can tell who set it and why.”

“Ideally,” Winston said.

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