Saturday, May 25, 2013
Photos of Damages from an EF5 Tornado...Moore OK
I delivered supplies to a disaster center in Moore, Oklahoma today - then volunteered to help clean up. Then I had some time and did a photo survey of the damage - to help determine what happened to these buildings.
By the way, they didn't need any WATER. They were happy to get the gatorade, fix a flat, gas cans and cooler. At this point, please don't send stuff - they had it stacked up EVERYWHERE. Here is the story link:
The destructive power of this EF5 was probably beyond any current technology to protect - notice that there are holes even in solid concrete walls! Thankfully, the actual number of EF5 tornadoes in our history is small.
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