Enterprise High School math teacher Nancy Jennings, left, hugs an unidentified woman after a church service at First Baptist Church of Enterprise Sunday, March 4, 2007, in Enterprise, Ala. Jennings was in a hallway at the school where several students died when a tornado struck. Twenty people were killed Thursday in Alabama, Georgia and Missouri by tornadoes contained in a line of thunderstorms.
An upturned car lies on a home as Courtney Burks helps remove personal items from inside, Saturday March 3, 2007 in Enterprise, Ala. The car was blown onto the house from across the street during Thursday's tornado that hit the Enterprise area. Twenty people were killed Thursday in Alabama, Georgia and Missouri by tornadoes contained in a line of thunderstorms that stretched from Minnesota to the Gulf Coast.
President Bush, in Marine One, takes an aerial tour to view tornado damage in Enterprise, Ala., Saturday, March 3, 2007.
President Bush, left, comforts student Megan Parks, 17, as Bush tours tornado damage at Enterprise High School in Enterprise, Ala., Saturday, March 3, 2007.
The remains of an under-construction Ramada Inn are shown Friday, March 2, 2007, after a tornado Thursday in Columbus, Ga.
A man inspects the tornado damage to Enterprise (Ala.) High School, Friday, March 2, 2007. Eight students were killed when a tornado struck the school, blowing out the walls and collapsing part of the roof, Mayor Kenneth Boswell said Friday.
Debris from roof damage at the Hawthorn Suites is scattered in front of the hotel, after a severe storm moved through the area, Thursday, March 1, 2007, in Columbus, Ga.
Tyler Ferguson carries Virginia Fleming from Enterprise High School after the school was demolished by a tornado Thursday, March 1, 2007. Tornadoes ripped through Alabama and killed more than a dozen people, including sudents who became pinned under debris when school's roof collapsed.
Sheila Jenkinson, facing the camera, gets a hug from a neighbor after she arrived to find her home severely damaged by a tornado that swept through the Echo community Thursday afternoon, March 1, 2007, near Ozark, Ala.
Brandy Hughes sorts through the debris of her home after it was destroyed by a suspected tornado that swept through the Echo community near Ozark, Ala., Thursday, March 1, 2007, demolishing homes and poultry houses in the area.
Heath Hughes looks at the damage done to his home after a tornado swept through the Echo community near Ozark, Ala., Thursday afternoon, March 1, 2007, demolishing homes and poultry houses in the area.
A friend helps a woman and her husband, not seen, look for documents in the remains of the couple's home in Enterprise, Ala., on Thursday March 1, 2007. The woman and her husband were in the home when an apparent tornado hit and he pushed her into the bathroom and lay on top of her until the storm passed.
Pedestrians walk by the debris of vehicles and homes in front of Enterprise (Ala.) High School on Thursday, March 1, 2007, after a suspected tornado destroyed many homes and part of the school.
A flipped car is on the football field at Enterprise (Ala.) High School after a tornado hit the school and the area, Thursday, March 1, 2007.
Rescue workers leave the parking lot of the Enterprise High School after checking for victims in the vehicles after a tornado swept though Enterprise, Ala., Thursday, March 1, 2007.
Residents gather near an overturned truck which landed against a house in Enterprise, Ala., Thursday, March 1, 2007.
Wanda Dixon, right, and a man who did not want to be identified salvage photographs and paperwork after an early-morning tornado destroyed a gas station in Caulfield, Mo., Thursday, March 1, 2007.
Neighbor Ralph Stites salvages items from the wreckage of the home of David and Claudia Matthes near Blue Mound, Kan., Thursday, March 1, 2007.
Rescue workers wait outside Enterprise (Ala.) High School after an apparent tornado struck the school Thursday, March 1, 2007.
Kermit Collins, left, walks through scattered debris after an early morning tornado destroyed his cousin's mobile home east of Caulfield, Mo., Thursday, March 1, 2007.