This Saturday, June 1st, marks two years since Massachusetts was hit by the worst tornado the state has experienced in a half-century. The powerful storm carved a 39 mile long, half-mile wide path through western Massachusetts. Three people were killed, dozens injured, and more than 1400 buildings damaged or destroyed. Much of the devastation, but none of the deaths, occurred in the city of Springfield. WAMC’s Pioneer Valley Bureau Chief Paul Tuthill spoke with Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno as the city prepared to reflect on the 2nd anniversary of the tornado.