Priceless pieces strewn for miles

Posted: May 4, 2014 at 5:12 a.m.

Emily Tittle collects photos outside her family’s home in western Pulaski County, where her father and two of her sisters were killed in last Sunday’s tornado.

Amid the roaring of bulldozers and humming of chain saws, a woman climbed a mountain of rubble, passing up a cache of power tools and a jewelry box to get to a framed family portrait that was still hanging level on one of the few plaster walls that remained standing in the neighborhood.


Sherry Lee wipes a tear Thursday after finding her wedding photo at her home in Vilonia. She and her husband, Alan, had huddl... (By: Rick McFarland)

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