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May 13, 2007 1:01 AM

Friends, relatives pitch in to clean up Greensburg

Max Vahsholtz did Saturday what he has done every time a tornado has hit near his hometown of Pratt. He drove his skid steer loader onto his truck and hauled it out to where it can be of most help. On Saturday, that was Greensburg.

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