Rain, floods, and a tornado dealt cruel new blows yesterday to those trying to rebuild hurricane-devastated towns. The latest weather assault came amid a torrent of volunteer aid from across the country, an effort boosted Sunday by a $1,000 check by former President Reagan.

The twister tore through the town of Lebanon, tossing a house trailer onto a road and injuring two occupants.

Rain fell throughout South Carolina Sunday, hampering cleanup efforts and forcing evacuation of 100 people in Anderson County in the state's northwest corner.

You've read  of  free articles. Subscribe to continue.