The Post and Courier has a good story about the small town of Branchville and how they're still struggling to rebuild a year after tornadoes torn the town apart.
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The paper quotes Charles Dukes, an at-the-time local business owner:
It was just monumental amounts of money to rebuild. I understand they have got to draw the line somewhere, but we needed help. The people who suffered losses, the businesses, we were given all this talk of help and nothing came out of it. I was just hoping we'd get rescued a little bit.