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Mayflower residents confront the damage, snags in cleanup

Posted: April 29, 2014 at 5:17 a.m.

4/28/14 Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/STEPHEN B. THORNTON Laura Ward cradles her parent's family Bible as she tries to reach her pastor through sporadic cellular phone service outside their nearly destroyed home along Hwy 365 in Mayflower Monday. Four family members rode out Sunday night's storm in the home with no major injuries.

Robert Grubanski looked out of his window Sunday night and realized that the Mayflower home he and his wife had shared for 21 years was facing destruction.

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