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Gov. Greitens toured EF2 tornado damage in Malden, MO

Missouri Governor Eric Greitens was in Malden, Missouri on Monday, February 26 to tour tornado damage. Sixty-six homes were damaged and four people have moderate injuries after an EF2 tornado ripped through Malden on Saturday, February 24. Sixty-six homes ...

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Missouri Governor Eric Greitens was in Malden, Missouri on Monday, February 26 to tour tornado damage.KFVS-TVWhile visiting with families in Malden, he thanked first responders and others working to recover.The governor also visited a nursing home and families that were impacted by the tornado in Matthews, Mo.GovGreitens declared a state of emergency on Saturday in anticipation of the storm."This is a resilient community," he said"In the face of serious danger and damage, the faith, strength and spirit of the community is unbroken."An EF2 tornado touched down in Malden on Saturday evening, Feb24More than 60 homes were damaged and four people were injured.Download the KFVS News app: iPhone | Android

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