Clipped From The Springfield News-Leader
Kansas .... p,. 1 ;i ! yjimf trj is y 4 W ' f -Mr -Mr f V X' . J 7 i HiiiilWtil . ' ' ' " ; . J7m Staff PhotoiRon Tarver and Mik PanpraM Sherry Sharp (above) was one of the residents of Mulberry, Kan., who was trying to dig personal way through Mulberry, the tornado demolished the town's general store, several mobile homes effects out of the rubble Tuesday morning after a tornado virtually sliced the town of 650 in half and many houses that had been built 40 to 50 years ago, Crawford County Undersheriff Lynn about 8 30 Monday night. Ms. Sharp was looking for the personal effects of her mother, Anna Fields said. At least eight residents were Injured, and scenes such as the one above in which a Copeland, who was in the house when the twister hit and suffered several broken bones. On its car was wedged under a roof were commonplace, Fields said.