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A YEAR LATER

Easter tornadoes’ impact still being felt

By AUTUMN HUGHES and TIM SINIARD
Posted 4/4/21

It was an Easter not easily forgotten — one that left a city wounded, but its spirit unbroken. Nearly a year ago, just before midnight on Sunday, April 12, and into the early morning hours of Monday, April 13, four tornadoes touched down in Cleveland and Bradley County, felling trees, downing power lines and smashing houses as the twisters raked the landscape.

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