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Debris from last year's southern Indiana tornadoes still untouched

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LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- Damaged buildings and debris piles still sit untouched nearly a year after the devastating March 2nd tornadoes in southern Indiana.

Property owners in Henryville, Marysville, and other areas with stagnant piles of rubble may get a visit from the Clark County building inspector.

He says a dozen large storm debris piles still sit on private properties, and more than 20 buildings remain battered by the deadly storms.

County commissioners are asking the inspector to talk with property owners before sending them notices that they'll have 30 days to remove debris before citations are issued.

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