Ottawa Still "Locked Down" After Tornado: "Streets Are Not Safe Yet"
Officials in Ottawa, Illinois, were asking volunteers to stay away from the city for now, as crews continue to assess and repair damage from Tuesday’s tornado, declaring “the streets are not safe yet.” CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.

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