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story.lead_photo.caption 2020: East Capitol Avenue as it sits May 2020. Photo by Julie Smith / News Tribune.

On May 22, 2019, an EF-3 tornado cut a path through Jefferson City from the south, traveling northeast from outside city limits to the Missouri River.

One year later, progress has erased much of the destruction. New buildings have replaced piles of rubble. Windows and walls have been repaired. 
But some areas within the path still show signs of damage. 

Take a look back at the days after the 2019 tornado and some of the progress made to date.

Gallery: PHOTO GALLERY: One year after the May 22, 2019, tornado
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