Rebuilding Lambert

KMOX/ Brett Blume
The Wet and Soggy Rebuild Continues KMOX/ Brett Blume
KMOX/ Brett Blume
The Wet and Soggy Rebuild Continues KMOX/ Brett Blume
UPI/Bill Greenblatt
The Wet and Soggy Rebuild Continues
Planes are moving once again at Lambert St. Louis International Airport on April 24, 2011. A F-4 tornado, which hit the airport and surrounding area on April 22, 2011, closed the facility due to broken windows and roofs being torn off in a concourse. Lambert officials say the airport will operate at about 60 percent until repairs can be made. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
UPI/Bill Greenblatt
KMOX/ Brett Blume
The Wet and Soggy Rebuild Continues KMOX/ Brett Blume
KMOX/ Brett Blume
The Wet and Soggy Rebuild Continues KMOX/ Brett Blume
The Wet and Soggy Rebuild Continues
The Wet and Soggy Rebuild Continues
A passenger searches for a bag at Lambert St. Louis International Airport on April 24, 2011. Suitcases have been piling up after a F-4 tornado, which hit the airport and surrounding area on April 22, 2011, closed the facility due to broken windows and roofs being torn off in a concourse. Lambert officials say the airport will operate at about 60 percent until repairs can be made. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
KMOX/ Brett Blume
The Wet and Soggy Rebuild Continues KMOX/ Brett Blume
The Wet and Soggy Rebuild Continues
The Wet and Soggy Rebuild Continues
A Frontier plane taxi's into a gate as broken glass ramains from a powerful storm at Lambert St. Louis International Airport on April 24, 2011. A F-4 tornado, which hit the airport and surrounding area on April 22, 2011, closed the facility due to broken windows and roofs being torn off in a concourse. Lambert officials say the airport will operate at about 60 percent until repairs can be made. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
KMOX/ Brett Blume
The Wet and Soggy Rebuild Continues KMOX/ Brett Blume
KMOX/ Brett Blume
The Wet and Soggy Rebuild Continues KMOX/ Brett Blume
KMOX/ Brett Blume
The Wet and Soggy Rebuild Continues KMOX/ Brett Blume
KMOX/ Brett Blume
The Wet and Soggy Rebuild Continues KMOX/ Brett Blume
UPI/Bill Greenblatt
The Wet and Soggy Rebuild Continues
Planes are moving once again at Lambert St. Louis International Airport on April 24, 2011. A F-4 tornado, which hit the airport and surrounding area on April 22, 2011, closed the facility due to broken windows and roofs being torn off in a concourse. Lambert officials say the airport will operate at about 60 percent until repairs can be made. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
UPI/Bill Greenblatt
UPI/Bill Greenblatt
The Wet and Soggy Rebuild Continues
As a steady rain falls, planes are once again taking off at Lambert St. Louis International Airport on April 24, 2011. A F-4 tornado, which hit the airport and surrounding area on April 22, 2011, closed the facility due to broken windows and roofs being torn off in a concourse. Lambert officials say the airport will operate at about 60 percent until repairs can be made. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
UPI/Bill Greenblatt
The Wet and Soggy Rebuild Continues
The Wet and Soggy Rebuild Continues
Workers continue to board up broken windows at Lambert St. Louis International Airport on April 24, 2011. A F-4 tornado, which hit the airport and surrounding area on April 22, 2011, closed the facility due to broken windows and roofs being torn off in a concourse. Lambert officials say the airport will operate at about 60 percent until repairs can be made. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
The Wet and Soggy Rebuild Continues
The Wet and Soggy Rebuild Continues
U.S. Army soldiers use a lantern to sign-in at the USO of Missouri at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport in St. Louis on April 23, 2011. The airport is closed indefinitely after a F-4 tornado hit the airport on 4/22, however the USO remained open to assist those that cannot leave the airport. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
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