Glenn St. Marie's first thought when he woke up Monday was: "I don't want to get up and face this crap." For St. Marie and other residents affected by Thursday's tornado, fatigue was sinking in as they continued removing downed trees and sorting through debris left by the storm. "It's exhausting," said Darcy Fink, another resident of the hardest-hit southwest side of town.
Thirty-four heavy trucks and countless chain saws made a dent Saturday in the tornado cleanup here. Crews focused initial efforts on removing downed trees and branches, which block roadways and access to many homes in the aftermath of Thursday's tornado. "It's amazing how quick things are getting cleaned up," said resident Randy Taggart.