During  cleanup Thursday at Hickman Building Supplies Inc., Jimmy Givens, left, and Brandon Johnson, right, lifted a damaged water heater onto a pickup as fellow employee Glen Roesch watched. The three were moving  appliances from a shed that was destroyed in Tuesday's tornado in Middlesboro. Five of the business's 12 buildings sustained damage.
During cleanup Thursday at Hickman Building Supplies Inc., Jimmy Givens, left, and Brandon Johnson, right, lifted a damaged water heater onto a pickup as fellow employee Glen Roesch watched. The three were moving appliances from a shed that was destroyed in Tuesday's tornado in Middlesboro. Five of the business's 12 buildings sustained damage. Greg Kocher | Staff
During cleanup Thursday at Hickman Building Supplies Inc., Jimmy Givens, left, and Brandon Johnson, right, lifted a damaged water heater onto a pickup as fellow employee Glen Roesch watched. The three were moving appliances from a shed that was destroyed in Tuesday's tornado in Middlesboro. Five of the business's 12 buildings sustained damage. Greg Kocher | Staff

Middlesboro cleans up after tornado

October 29, 2010 12:00 AM

UPDATED October 29, 2010 06:36 AM

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