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Topic - Cathy May
In the North Alabama city of Cullman, forever changed by April's tornado outbreak, one historic spot went untouched.
In a north Alabama city forever changed by April's tornado outbreak, one historic spot went untouched by destruction.
Cathy May, a worker at the park's gift shop, says the site has seen an increase in traffic since the tornadoes crashed through the state April 27.