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Mayflower, AR, May 18, 2014 – Keeghan O'Brien, a Team Rubicon volunteer, breaks up concrete as he works with other Team Rubicon and DirecTV volunteers remove debris from a home and property on Plantation Drive after the home was destroyed by a tornado on April 27. FEMA supports Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD) as they help survivors recover from natural disasters. Photo by Christopher Mardorf / FEMA

Mayflower, AR, May 18, 2014 – Keeghan O'Brien, a Team Rubicon volunteer, breaks up concrete as he works with other Team Rubicon and DirecTV volunteers remove debris from a home and property on Plantation Drive after the home was destroyed by a tornado on April 27. FEMA supports Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD) as they help survivors recover from natural disasters. Photo by Christopher Mardorf / FEMA

 
 
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Date Taken: 2014-05-18 14:57:45 UTC

Photographer Name: Christopher Mardorf

City/State: Mayflower, AR

Disasters: Arkansas Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Flooding (DR-4174)

Disaster Types: Tornado

Categories: Recovery ^ Response ^ Volunteering
Photographs Relating to Disasters and Emergency Management Programs, Activities, and Officials

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