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Wayne, Okla., May 26, 2010 -- Mid-America Technology Center superintendent Dusty Ricks (right) points out a series of patches to Ron Crow, a FEMA public assistance officer, that cover the holes made by a rooftop air conditioner that was torn from its mooring and sent tumbling across the rooftop by a tornado on May 10. A series of severe storms struck the eastern half of the state, spawning 22 confirmed tornadoes that caused damages to public properties.  FEMA Photo by Win Henderson
Wayne, Okla., May 26, 2010 -- Mid-America Technology Center superintendent Dusty Ricks (right) points out a series of patches to Ron Crow, a FEMA public assistance officer, that cover the holes made by a rooftop air conditioner that was torn from its mooring and sent tumbling across the rooftop by a tornado on May 10. A series of severe storms struck the eastern half of the state, spawning 22 confirmed tornadoes that caused damages to public properties. FEMA Photo by Win Henderson - Location: Wayne, OK
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