COLUMBUS, Miss. (WTVA) - Contractors have been repairing damaged homes from last month's tornado that hit Columbus.
RDI Corporation officials say they just began repairs to a home in the area of Tuscaloosa Road and Gardener Boulevard.
The workers were called about three days after the storm to repair the home's walls, roof and garage.
Superintendent Ellis Lachney says the rainy weather has delayed his business quite a bit.
He says he plans to do enough repairs, so any weather that may come later this week will not delay or affect the work.
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