Although the storm is gone, the heartbreak continues in Holly as residents watch what is left of their homes be demolished by work crews.
Abi Weaver of the Red Cross says it is kind of a second disaster. And mental health counselors are on hand to help.
Several interfaith services were held this morning, including one in the United Methodist Church, whose roof was damaged.
Weaver says that as she travels through the town she is impressed both by work that has already been done, and spirit of the people.
She says people are bonding and leaning on their faith.
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