First carp-crete poured in Eddyville

Photo by Brittney Meredith-Miller

First carp-crete poured in Eddyville

Hu-B's Offshore owner Wayne Breedlove (center) checks out a batch of carp-crete as the first drops of it hit the ground behind his business on Friday. The 9.5 square yards of carp-crete poured in Eddyville are the first in the state.

Photo by Brittney Meredith-Miller

Hu-B's Offshore owner Wayne Breedlove (center) checks out a batch of carp-crete as the first drops of it hit the ground behind his business on Friday. The 9.5 square yards of carp-crete poured in Eddyville are the first in the state.

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