Mike Pennington, left, Doug Scott and Shannon Johnson prepared to cut a piece of trim while building a house to replace Johnson's mobile home, which was destroyed in the March 2 tornado.
Mike Pennington, left, Doug Scott and Shannon Johnson prepared to cut a piece of trim while building a house to replace Johnson's mobile home, which was destroyed in the March 2 tornado.
Mike Pennington, left, Doug Scott and Shannon Johnson prepared to cut a piece of trim while building a house to replace Johnson's mobile home, which was destroyed in the March 2 tornado.

Survivors of March tornadoes 'putting it back together, a little bit at a time'

September 02, 2012 12:00 AM

UPDATED September 02, 2012 06:40 AM

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