Tuscaloosa Twister Path

Tuscaloosa, AL

On April 27, 2011, over 211 individual tornadoes swept through the Southeastern U.S.  The City of Tuscaloosa, Alabama took the worst hit, as a twister one mile wide, 6-miles long, with wind speeds over 200mph tore through this college town, killing people, damaging infrastructure, destroying homes and leaving many homeless.

The devastation caused by the super tornado has sparked an awakening for city officials and citizens alike, to rebuild Tuscaloosa in the most sustainable way possible; with all options on the table – infrastructure, energy, transportation, natural resources, housing, land use, and quality of life.

Stories of Survival, Resiliency and Recovery

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