Surveying the tragedy 

Surveying the tragedy
  • SURVEYING THE DAMAGE: People work to clean up tornado damage in Vilonia on Monday. A tornado tore through Central Arkansas on Sunday night, killing 15. See additonal coverage on page 10.

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