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City of Adamsville calling all volunteers for storm cleanup

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Mayor Pam Palmer at destroyed mobile home Mayor Pam Palmer at destroyed mobile home

One tornado-ravaged community will get help this week after not receiving much news coverage following last week's severe weather.

The City of Adamsville and surrounding areas, including Shady Grove, sustained extensive damage. Adamsville Mayor Pam Palmer says there were no deaths or injuries, however roughly 60 houses were severely damaged. 

A team of volunteers from multiple agencies and businesses will be in the area assisting with cleanup Thursday and Friday.

Palmer says the City of Hoover has also sent in resources.

Anyone interested in volunteering with debris removal are requested to 
meet Thursday and Friday May 8 and 9 at the Senior Center / Storm 
Shelter located at 419 Spring Street or call 674-1788.

The Red Cross will also be on Main Street at the Community Center to serve the community.

Stay with ABC 33/40 for more on this developing story.
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