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How Selma is recovering one year after a tornado tore through a third of the town

Cars carefully navigate downed trees and power lines on Chestnut Blvd. in Selma, Alab., Jan. 13, 2023, after a tornado passed through the area the day before. (Stew Milne/AP)
Cars carefully navigate downed trees and power lines on Chestnut Blvd. in Selma, Alab., Jan. 13, 2023, after a tornado passed through the area the day before. (Stew Milne/AP)

It’s been one year since an EF-2 tornado destroyed about one-third of Selma ahead of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

To look at how Selma is recovering a year after the storm, we speak to Kyle Gassiott, director of radio, host and reporter at Troy Public Radio in Troy, Alabama.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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