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  • 86-year-old KCK dragging victim went out "in a blaze of glory," son says

    Frank Davila, known as Frankie D, was killed while trying to fight off a carjacker on Wednesday in Kansas City, Kan. Police said that Davila died just after 10 a.m. when he was confronted by a carjacker in the 700 block of Pacific Avenue. During the struggle, he was dragged down the street and fatally injured. Video by: ALLISON LONG and TONY RIZZO

86-year-old KCK dragging victim went out "in a blaze of glory," son says

Frank Davila, known as Frankie D, was killed while trying to fight off a carjacker on Wednesday in Kansas City, Kan. Police said that Davila died just after 10 a.m. when he was confronted by a carjacker in the 700 block of Pacific Avenue. During the struggle, he was dragged down the street and fatally injured. Video by: ALLISON LONG and TONY RIZZO
Allison Long, Tony Rizzo The Kansas City Star