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Joplin still bears scars of deadly tornado

TOP LEFT  Jordan Aubey, 27, a television reporter in Joplin, Mo., received deep cuts on his chest, legs and arms from the May 22nd EF-5 tornado that destroyed the central section of the city. DAVID EULITT/The Kansas City Star__BOTTOM LEFT Steven Weersing, 17, of Joplin, Mo. suffered massive trauma from the May 22nd EF-5 tornado that destroyed the central section of Joplin, Mo. The resulting injuries and fungal infection that ate away his skin and bone kept Weersing at Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Mo. from June 1st until September 2nd. DAVID EULITT/The Kansas City Star__BIG IMAGE, RIGHT   Lacey Eagleshield of Joplin, Mo. carries the evidence on her face of the May 22nd EF-5 tornado that destroyed the central section of the city, where she received scars to her face from the powerful storm. Eagleshield is getting married on December 10th. DAVID EULITT/The Kansas City Star
TOP LEFT Jordan Aubey, 27, a television reporter in Joplin, Mo., received deep cuts on his chest, legs and arms from the May 22nd EF-5 tornado that destroyed the central section of the city. DAVID EULITT/The Kansas City Star__BOTTOM LEFT Steven Weersing, 17, of Joplin, Mo. suffered massive trauma from the May 22nd EF-5 tornado that destroyed the central section of Joplin, Mo. The resulting injuries and fungal infection that ate away his skin and bone kept Weersing at Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Mo. from June 1st until September 2nd. DAVID EULITT/The Kansas City Star__BIG IMAGE, RIGHT Lacey Eagleshield of Joplin, Mo. carries the evidence on her face of the May 22nd EF-5 tornado that destroyed the central section of the city, where she received scars to her face from the powerful storm. Eagleshield is getting married on December 10th. DAVID EULITT/The Kansas City Star The Kansas City Star
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