May 26, 2011
Red Cross workers Joe Edwards and Thomas Simpson prepare lunch Tuesday for survivors who are still living at the Belk Center in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
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It’s been a month since tornadoes bulldozed wide swaths of the South, killing more than 300 people in seven states, yet nearly 100 Alabama survivors are still living in public shelters where the nights are fitful and the days muggy and boring.
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