Trying To Pick Up The Pieces

7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
3949 Lindell 7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
3949 Lindell 7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
3949 Lindell 7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
3949 Lindell 7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
3949 Lindell 7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
3949 Lindell 7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
3949 Lindell 7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
3949 Lindell 7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
3949 Lindell 7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
3949 Lindell 7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
3949 Lindell 7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
3949 Lindell 7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
3949 Lindell 7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
3949 Lindell 7/19/12-Still looking dazed nearly 48 hours after a 5-alarm fire destroyed their homes, former tenants of the apartments at 3949 Lindell Blvd. shuffled back to try and get into their units and salvage what they could. They were told only essentials could be taken for now, and that it could be weeks before they're allowed back in to get the rest of their belongings. "It stinks!," said Michael Daniel. "Not much I can do about it right now, though, so I just want to see what I got and we can move forward." (KMOX/Brett Blume)
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