In the building that houses Travis County’s morgue, it’s hard to find a room that doesn’t double as storage.
Case files are stored in hallways and the conference room. Two of the Travis County Forensic Center’s three original janitor’s closets are storage, and chemicals that used to be kept in a closet next to the laboratory were moved out to make room for the office of two forensic toxicologists.
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