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On April 27, 2011 a swarm of tornadoes swept across Alabama, killing hundreds of people and completely destroying homes and businesses across the state. Survivors were left to deal with a massive cleanup on top of suddenly being left homeless and jobless, while insurers racked up billions in insured losses.

Among the hardest-hit areas were Tuscaloosa and Hackleburg, Ala. Click “next” to see photos as we mark the one-year anniversary and take a look at progress made in the past year.

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