Title: AN SILOAM SPRINGS 004

Photo by David Frank Dempsey

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STAFF PHOTO DAVID FRANK DEMPSEY Nichole Starr climbs out of a bedroom window to hand Jonathan Pettigrew a canvas of his nieceshand prints after a tornado destroyed a house near Siloam Springs, Ark. Friday, Dec. 31, 2010. The two girls and their parents had gathered in the bedroom seconds before the house collapsed on them. They were able to crawl out around the wall onto the still standing front porch of the house. Neighbors, friends and family arrived later to help the family dig out some of their belongings.

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  • Photographer: David Frank Dempsey
  • Source: NAN
  • Credit: David Frank Dempsey
  • Published: December 30, 2011
  • Photo taken: December 30, 2011
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  • ImageDescription: STAFF PHOTO DAVID FRANK DEMPSEY Nichole Starr climbs out of a bedroom window to hand Jonathan Pettigrew a canvas of his niecesÕ hand prints after a tornado destroyed a house near Siloam Springs, Ark. Friday, Dec. 31, 2010. The two girls and their parents had gathered in the bedroom seconds before the house collapsed on them. They were able to crawl out around the wall onto the still standing front porch of the house. Neighbors, friends and family arrived later to help the family dig out some of their belongings.
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  • Caption: STAFF PHOTO DAVID FRANK DEMPSEY Nichole Starr climbs out of a bedroom window to hand Jonathan Pettigrew a canvas of his nieceshand prints after a tornado destroyed a house near Siloam Springs, Ark. Friday, Dec. 31, 2010. The two girls and their parents had gathered in the bedroom seconds before the house collapsed on them. They were able to crawl out around the wall onto the still standing front porch of the house. Neighbors, friends and family arrived later to help the family dig out some of their belongings.