Alabama Residents Rebuild After Tornadoes

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

The record number of violent tornadoes that tore through Alabama at the end of April killed hundreds and destroyed millions of dollars worth of property. So it's not a surprise that those communities hit hard by the storms, like Tuscaloosa, Ala., are still rebuilding. Takeaway news writer David Ingram, a longtime Alabama resident, reports on the state's efforts at picking up the pieces. 

David Ingram
Tornado damage in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, May 9, 2011
David Ingram
Tornado damage in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, May 9, 2011
David Ingram
Tornado damage in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, May 9, 2011
David Ingram
Tornado damage in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, May 9, 2011
David Ingram
Tornado damage in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, May 9, 2011
David Ingram
Tornado damage in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, May 9, 2011
David Ingram
Tornado damage in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, May 9, 2011

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