- Associated Press - Saturday, June 21, 2014

COLERIDGE, Neb. (AP) - Officials have organized cleanups of farm fields in Cedar County where a tornado struck earlier this week.

Volunteers were sent to remove debris from some fields on Friday, and officials are planning another cleanup session for Saturday.

People are urged to meet at the Laurel-Concord school in Laurel at 9 a.m. Saturday or at the Coleridge Community Club after 9 a.m. Officials say volunteers have to be at least 18 and should wear work clothes, shoes and take along gloves. Transportation and lunch will be provided.

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