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Levelland, Texas residents pick up the pieces after storm damage

Parts of Levelland, Texas, were severely damaged by Wednesday’s storms. The storms left widespread damage across the Dallas area.

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Robert Whitfield and Robert Nichols remove bricks from the front wall of the SPCCA Head Start building Wednesday in Levelland. Parts of Levelland were severely damaged by Wednesday’s storms.
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A doll that was recovered from a storm-damaged mini-storage building at Second Street and Avenue G sits on the hood of a car Wednesday afternoon in Levelland. Parts of Levelland were severely damaged by Wednesday’s storms.
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Madalyn Hurd gets a serving of chicken from Maria Hernandez. The Slim Chickens restaurant in Levelland was giving away 12,000 pounds of chicken before it spoiled. They were using gas grills to cook on. Parts of Levelland were severely damaged by Wednesday’s storms.
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Jennifer Chavarria carries a shattered window in front of a mini-storage building Wednesday afternoon at Second Street and Avenue G that was leveled by the storm. Parts of Levelland were severely damaged by Wednesday’s storms.
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Grayson Hernandez hugs her friend Jennifer Chavarria Wednesday afternoon in front of a mini-storage building at Second Street and Avenue G that was leveled by the storm. Parts of Levelland were severely damaged by Wednesday’s storms.
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Hungry people line up Wednesday afternoon around the Slim Chickens restaurant in Levelland to get their part of 12,000 pounds of food that the business was giving away before it spoiled as the community faced a lengthy power outage. They were using gas grills to cook on. Parts of Levelland were severely damaged by Wednesday’s storms.
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Serenity DeLeon, 10, and her sister Skylar DeLeon, 7, sit on a curb with their mother, Brandy DeLeon, in front of the CVS on College Avenue Wednesday afternoon in Levelland. The three were waiting for a ride to their grandparent’s home. Parts of Levelland were severely damaged by Wednesday’s storms.
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Workers cut away the damaged cover over the gas pumps at the Allsup’s convenience store Wednesday afternoon on College Avenue. Parts of Levelland were severely damaged by Wednesday’s storms.

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