Help arrives in Kentucky with stew, chain saws and a place to stay

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By Gabriella Borter MAYFIELD, Ky. (Reuters) – Neighbors across Kentucky offered shelter to friends who lost their homes to deadly tornadoes, strangers showed up with chain saws to clear downed trees and restaurants handed out gift cards for hot meals to those without water or power. As the state dug out from a devastating string of twisters that killed at least 74 people and destroyed or damaged 1,000 homes, the acts of kindness arrived on Monday in ways both big and small. Many people rushed to the aid of hard-hit Mayfield, a working-class farming and manufacturing community of 10,000 people …

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