KSU Starts School After Summer Tornado

By: 13 News
By: 13 News
Workers spent the past two months removing debris, replacing windows, washing buildings and making other repairs.

Kansas State University's Cardwell Hall

No mere twister could blow away the start of the school year for Kansas State students.

Monday, all buildings were ready for students to start fall classes after the June 11th storm.

Workers spent the past two months removing debris, replacing windows, washing buildings and making other repairs.

They're still finishing work on some of the halls.

Total damage from the storm was estimated at $20-million.

Work is expected to be finished in October.


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