A swath of tornadoes described as the worst such storms in nearly 40 years wreaked havoc in the South yesterday, taking the roof off of at least one Alabama courthouse and requiring cancellation of final exams at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.
Among those affected by the direct hit in Tuscaloosa was law student Daniel Hinton, who made the news as a friend helped him salvage belongings from his destroyed home in the Cedar Crest neighborhood there, explains the caption of a photo published by the Denver Post. Only two decimated exterior walls of his home are still standing; the other two, as well as the roof are gone.
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