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    Denise Emery and her son Spencer load firewood Monday from trees toppled at her home on Corinna Road in St. Albans from the tornado that ripped through the town last summer. Trees and utility lines came down and left the area devastated. “These five cords of wood will last us all winter,” Emery said.

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    Staff photo by David Leaming Uprooted trees fill the front yard of a residence on Hanson Drive near Indian Lake in St. Albans on Monday. A tornado ripped through the area flattening trees and broke eight windows on the home that is still being repaired. Nicole Bubar holds Arlo McDougal as Nathan McGinnis make their way to the lake. “I’ve never seen a tornado before and it was real scary,” Bubar said.

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    R.G. Smith stopped by to lend a hand in July on Osprey Lane off Corrinna Road in St. Albans after a tornado caused extensive damage, including ripping this tree out from its roots.

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    Street signs were destroyed by a powerful tornado that moved through St. Albans in July.

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    Denise Emery, center, and members of her family in July remove trees toppled in her yard in St. Albans after a tornado. After weeks of work the Corinna family turned destruction into enough firewood to heat their home for the winter.

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