About twenty minutes after the explosion Kehoe's car was noticed at the curb
in front of the school. No one knows how long it had been there. Kehoe was
standing beside the car, talking with Huyck, who had stopped for a moment
Glen Smith, village Postmaster, and Nelson McFarren, an old man, were
standing a few feet away. Suddenly, witnesses said, Kehoe took a rifle from
his car and fired it into the rear seat, which apparently had been stacked
with dynamite. There was a flash and a roar, and Kehoe was hurled through
the air, his body dismembered. Huyck's body likewise was blown to bits.
McFarren was killed outright. Both of Smith's legs were broken and he was
injured internally, he died later.