The sun is shining. Only a couple of bright, blue tarps cover rooflines in Harvester’s Subdivision.
Flashback to a year ago on March 2 when an EF3 tornado, with winds of 135 miles per hour, ripped through Crittenden and into southern Kenton County, several homes and apartment buildings were knocked off foundations. Others had walls ripped away exposing a baby bed left untouched but a refrigerator tossed around like a toy, while still other residents’ vehicles were mashed and mangled like demolition derby cars.
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