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Cleanup and repairs are still going on five months after tornadoes struck two central Illinois towns.
Fayette County Emergency Management Agency Coordinator Kendra Cray says debris removal has been the biggest challenge in Brownstown and St. Elmo after last November's tornadoes.
Cray tells the Effingham Daily News that her office has been working to educate residents as tornado seasons returns. She says they're starting efforts with children because "if we can prepare them, they prepare the parents."
St. Elmo has about 1,400 residents and Brownstown has about 750. The towns are about 80 miles east of St. Louis.