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Family loses possessions, gains new perspective

Published: June 8, 2012

On May 27 this year, the Lewis family moved into their new house. A deadly EF5 tornado ripped throught their home on May 24, 2011. They view life in a new perspective since they were taken throught that ordeal.

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