MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa (AP) — The Iowa State University football team showed up in storm-ravaged Marshalltown to help residents clean up two days after a destructive tornado swept through the city.
The Marshalltown Times-Republican reports that the entire Cyclones roster was on hand Saturday, making quick work out of a number of tasks before catching a breather on a local schoolyard.
Players did everything from clearing tree limbs and debris, raking yards, moving remnants of houses, rooftops and garages, and removing furniture from damaged homes and businesses.
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