ATHENS (AP) — The tornadoes that hit Limestone County and much of north-central Alabama on April 27, 2011, not only destroyed lives and homes, but much of the state’s vegetation.
Decades-old trees that stood in yards and unpopulated areas of the county were uprooted or broken like twigs. And, while many homeowners have rebuilt or moved elsewhere, evidence of the storms on the landscape is still visible in southwest Limestone and along and north of U.S. 72 in east Limestone.
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