The residents of Joplin Missouri continue to clean up from the devastating tornado that's claimed over a hundreds lives and 8,000 homes. A traveling circus was scheduled to perform in the town, but, as an employee told CBS News, "The arena we were playing in is now the hospital." Rather than take a few days off, the circus put the elephants to work, using their brute strength to help residents drag debris from the wake of the powerful twister. Most residents relatively appreciative of the gesture. Local news report and some raw video below. My elephant is a bro? You betcha.