Kaden Beck, 6, leaps through the window of a wall that the December 2015 tornado took out. Photo/Lara Solt
The Rowlett home of Alfredo and Anthony Fowler-Rainone received extensive damage during the Dec. 26 tornado. Photo/Lara Solt
What is left of a home across the street from the home of Alfredo and Anthony Fowler-Rainone. Photo/Lara Solt
Charlie Beck, and his daughter, Kairi Beck, 8, walk through their Garland home. Photo/Lara Solt
This isn't hail -- it's broken glass outside the Rowlett home of Lindsay Diaz. Photo/Lara Solt
Jennifer Anderson and her two sons, Jayden and Jordan, ages 6 and 4
have been living in a hotel room since the storm. Photo/Thorne Anderson
A house, a damaged tree and debris near the home of Alfredo and Anthony Fowler-Rainone of Rowlett after the December tornadoes. Photo/Lara Solt
Homes across the street from Alfredo and Anthony Fowler-Rainone in Rowlett.
Jennifer Anderson goes over homework with her 6-year-old son, Jayden, at a rental home they share with a roommate in Garland. Photo/Lara Solt
From left: Alfredo and Anthony Fowler-Rainone have moved back into their home (with their dogs) in Rowlett. Photo/Lara Solt
Lindsay Diaz and her son Arian at the lot in Rowlett where her duplex was mistakenly torn down. Photo/Lara Solt
Jessica Cadick lost her rental home in the storms that tore through North Texas last December. Photo/Samantha Guzman
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