Lessons Learned After Surviving Tornadoes

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Doug Ray, executive editor, The Tuscaloosa News
Mark Anderson, editor, The Kiowa County Signal

A massive tornado ripped through Joplin, Missouri on Sunday. The twister killed at least 89 people as it tore a half-mile wide path six miles long through the center of the city. Members of several communities hit hard by previous tornadoes talk about the lessons they learned after disaster struck.

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