Group holds vigil for Insights Museum
EL PASO — On the eve of it's demolition, a group of El Pasoans held a candlelight service for Insights Museum.
The building is scheduled to come down Monday to make way for a triple-a ballpark.
"We are here to express our deepest sorrow and grief," said Salvador Gomez.
About a dozen people gathered outside the building with lit candles sharing experiences they've had previously at the museum.
The group also said the demolition of the building should have been voted on.
"I felt that it was my responsibility to come out and support the thousands that wanted to vote on this specific issue," said City Representative Eddie Holguin.
The building will be demolished piece by piece starting Monday morning.