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Byline: THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
LAS CRUCES Ida Holguin still has panic attacks when she walks into businesses 10 years after she survived the worst mass killing in the history of Las Cruces.
Four people were killed on Feb. 10, 1990, when two men burst into Las Cruces Bowl bowling alley and opened fired on the seven people inside, killing a father, his two young daughters and a teen-ager.
The massacre shocked and angered the entire community.
The case remains unsolved.
Holguin, now 40, was then a cook at the bowling alley. Since that night, she has been unable to work again. She said she has panic attacks sometimes going into other …