On June 20, Jennifer Adair knelt in the spot where she survived a direct hit on her home from an April 27th EF5 tornado. The twister that destroyed her house near Athens, Ala., was part of a spring outbreak of devastating storms across the United States.
On June 20, Jennifer Adair knelt in the spot where she survived a direct hit on her home from an April 27th EF5 tornado. The twister that destroyed her house near Athens, Ala., was part of a spring outbreak of devastating storms across the United States. ASSOCIATED PRESS
On June 20, Jennifer Adair knelt in the spot where she survived a direct hit on her home from an April 27th EF5 tornado. The twister that destroyed her house near Athens, Ala., was part of a spring outbreak of devastating storms across the United States. ASSOCIATED PRESS

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July 03, 2011 12:00 AM

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