Javier Agee-Coober, 7 of Tacoma had to use a fork to eat his sukiyaki noodles at the Tacoma Buddhist Temple’s 2017 Sukiyaki Dinner after closing his finger in his grandmother’s car door.
Javier Agee-Coober, 7 of Tacoma had to use a fork to eat his sukiyaki noodles at the Tacoma Buddhist Temple’s 2017 Sukiyaki Dinner after closing his finger in his grandmother’s car door. Dean J. Koepfler News Tribune file photo
Javier Agee-Coober, 7 of Tacoma had to use a fork to eat his sukiyaki noodles at the Tacoma Buddhist Temple’s 2017 Sukiyaki Dinner after closing his finger in his grandmother’s car door. Dean J. Koepfler News Tribune file photo