Puddles of blood from six men shot at Medina's Body Shop in Pasco on Tuesday night were drying Wednesday morning.
An engine and a car sat in one small room in the 25-by-50-foot building. On the car's hood was a hammer, socket wrench and rotary buffing machine used for body work. The car's windshield was covered with dust from sanding work. On top of the car was a bench carseat.
Owner Clifford Medina and a few friends quietly waited at the entrance while visitors looked inside.
Medina said he lived in the office portion of the shop to protect his tools.
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Shelves around the car were filled with soft-drink bottles, paint cans and small tools.
Visible in an adjoining room were multi-colored blotches of spray paint.
Cars, trucks and a van were in the fenced gravel and dirt lot, awaiting repair.
According to Medina, Hispanic men did engine and mechanical work at the shop, in addition to body repairs.