COUNTRY STARS CLEAN UP AFTER TWISTERS

In the worst tornado season reported in history, many people and families are trying to salvage what is left of their homes and properties.

In the town of Moore, Oklahoma, a tornado swept through, leaving a 19-mile trail of destruction in its wake. Fortunately for Kellie Coffey and Toby Keith – who call Moore their hometown – their families are safe. According to reports, there were no fatalities resulting from the twister.

Also recovering from the effects of a tornado is Kix Brooks after his farm in Davidson County, Tennessee was hit by a twister. "We had 30 Bradford Pear trees lining the road up to the barn. We now have six," says Kix. "And there've been three guys working 24 hours straight trying to clear the fallen trees and open the property back up. It's insane … something like that blows through, and then WHAM! The damage."

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