Eye On Arkansas, Nov. 5 

Eye On Arkansas, Nov. 5
  • THE FALLEN: A resident of Camden, Ark. rests after clearing trees from his property that were downed by a recent tornado. Beneath the piles of oak trees are the graves of his relatives. The photo was taken by Thomas Hudson, the Little Rock man who helped pull a woman and her child from their submerged vehicle after heavy rains in Little Rock last week. Hudson went to Camden the day after making headlines to help clean up the wreckage from the storm.

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