On Nov. 13, 2014, Tod Halsey noticed something strange about one part of the roof under the cut shop at Woodgrain Millwork. It was sagging between two beams.
“It was literally bowing,” said Halsey, a forklift driver who worked at the mill for 28 years. “It looked like it was smiling.”
“I told supervisors,” he said. “They came out and looked at it and said it would be all right.”
The sagging roof troubled Halsey, but he said even he would not have guessed what would come.