Hannibal Storm Damage

Hannibal Storm_113aLarry Stephens walks through the ground floor rubble in Gallery 310 Tuesday morning in the historic district of Hannibal, Mo. An upper story wall from a neighboring business, Groomingdale’s Pet Boutique, was blown onto the second floor of Gallery 310 in Monday night’s storm. That floor couldn’t support the weight of the bricks and wood and it then fell through the ceiling onto the ground floor of the gallery. Larry Stephens’ wife, Connie Stephens, is one of the artists who’s work is exhibited in the gallery. (H-W Photo/Phil Carlson)

Hannibal StormA woman talks on her cell phone while walking in the 300 block of N. Main St. Tuesday morning in Hannibal, Mo. A section of the building housing the Groomingdale’s Pet Boutique, seen behind her, fell onto a neighboring building, collapsing the floor of the circa-1800’s historic structure. (H-W Photo/Phil Carlson)

Hannibal StormBuilding owner Joe Noonan looks over second floor damage from Monday night’s storm in the upper floors of a building in the 300 block of north Main Tuesday morning in downtown Hannibal, Mo. Noonan said he owns four buildings in the strip, including Gallery 310, which had its second floor caved in due to the collapse of an upper floor of a neighboring building. (H-W Photo/Phil Carlson)

Hannibal StormA massive tree that toppled onto a home during Monday night’s storm is shown Tuesday morning in the 1900 block of Crescent Drive in Hannibal, Mo. H-W Photo/Phil Carlson)

Hannibal StormA woman surveys damage from Monday night’s storm as she heads to a house on Forest Hill Road Tuesday morning in Hannibal, Mo. (H-W Photo/Phil Carlson)

Hannibal StormA flyer touting a weekend garage sale remains affixed to a toppled electric pole bearing transformers and power lines Tuesday morning along Crescent Drive in Hannibal, Mo. The pole was one of several in the town knocked over by Monday night’s storm . (H-W Photo/Phil Carlson)

Hannibal StormLee Hinds, a maintenance worker for the Hannibal Parks and Recreation Dept., works on removing a fallen tree from the Central Park gazebo area Tuesday morning in Hannibal, Mo. (H-W Photo/Phil Carlson)

Hannibal StormIgnoring the fallen limbs and power lines Monday night’s storm all around him, a runner makes his way down Ridgewood Drive Tuesday morning in Hannibal, Mo. (H-W Photo/Phil Carlson)

Hannibal StormAn awning from a downtown business blown of in Monday’s storm wraps around a utility pole Tuesday morning in downtown Hannibal, Mo. (H-W Photo/Phil Carlson)

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