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This undated file photo provided by Randy Budd shows he and his wife, Sharon Budd, a middle school language arts teacher. Randy Budd is among those expected to testify Tuesday at a court hearing about a rock-dropping incident on a stretch of rural interstate in Pennsylvania in July 2014 that left Sharon Budd with severe head injuries. (AP Photo/Randy Budd, File)
This undated photo provided by Randy Budd shows his wife, Sharon Budd, a middle school language arts teacher. On July 10, 2014, a football-sized rock thrown from an interstate overpass in central Pennsylvania shattered her skull, but after nearly two weeks, including a surgery lasting more than 13 hours that involved removing damaged parts of her brain, doctors are cautiously optimistic. (AP Photo/Randy Budd)
As Akron Mayor Dan Horrigan made his way through the vacant Rolling Acres Mall for the first time on Wednesday afternoon he said, “This reminds me of fictional movies where there’s nothing around but … us.”