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On June 1, tornadoes roared through the Metro-Springfield, Mass.-area, with violent winds causing damage in about two dozen communities through ripped-off roofs, uprooted trees, scattered debris, and at least four dead throughout the state.

Massachusetts Insurance Agent Paul Zielinski was on the scene conducting insurance damage surveys in the days immediately following the disaster. According to Zielinski, the damage was far worse than expected and shown through the general media outlets and wire services.

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