Photos: Alabama bunker standoff

Updated 3:13 PM ET, Thu February 14, 2013
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Five-year-old Ethan, who was held captive in an underground bunker for nearly a week by Jimmy Lee Dykes, and his mother Jennifer Kirkland visit with Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley in the governor's office on Wednesday, February 13. Office of Governor Bentley
Ethan draws with Gov. Bentley in his office on Feb. 13. Office of Governor Bentley
A white PVC pipe used by FBI agents and Dale County, Alabama, negotiators to communicate with Dykes protrudes out of the ground on Monday, February 4. For almost a week, Dykes held a 5-year-old boy hostage in a bunker after taking the boy from his school bus and killing its driver. FBI
Dale County Sheriff Wally Olson speaks to reporters about the hostage situation in Midland City, Alabama, on Monday, February 4. Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images
Reporter Ashley Thompson, left, and Marcus Effinger work on a report for Alabama News Network from their vehicle at the site of the standoff on February 4. Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images
Law enforcement officers walk down a dirt road to the bunker to process the crime scene on Tuesday, February 5, after the standoff ended. Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images
A tent covers the bunker where the standoff took place. An FBI team rescued the child and killed Dykes during the operation on February 4. FBI
A sign celebrating Ethan's rescue stands in front of the Mary Berry Brown Memorial Library in Midland City on February 5. Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images
Dale County Schools Superintendent Donny Bynum hugs Dale County Sheriff Wally Olson and an unidentified woman after the standoff. Vivian Kuo/CNN