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Roofers put the finishing touches on a building along Kansas Avenue in Greensburg.
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The city blocks of Greensburg are slowly starting to transform back into the appearance of a normal town 2 years after an EF5 tornado struck.
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The sounds of hammer and saws can be heard daily in Greensburg as the city rebuilds two years after being struck by a devastating tornado.
A contractor frames a home near a tree that still bears the scars of the EF5 tornado that leveled Greensburg on May 4, 2007. Housing and construction continues to flourish in the small, western Kansas town.
Greensburg Mayor Bob Dixson says the residents are still very greatful to the volunteer that came, and still continue to come, to the small western Kansas town to help them rebuild.
This 360-view of Greensburg was created by stitching together multiple photos taken two years after the tornado in a city park next to the Big Well. Click to watch a video version.
Megan Gardiner surveys the Greensburg property where her home stood two years ago. Gardiner wrote a vivid description of the night of May 4, 2007, when a tornado leveled the town.
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Megan Gardiner surveys the property that her home once stood in Greensburg two weeks ago. Gardiner wrote a vivid description of the night of May 4, 2007, when a tornado leveled the town.
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