Tornado touches down in Aumsville, damage being assessed
The Main Street area of Aumsville is filled with debris, insulation, bits of trees and roofing paper after being whipped around by the wind when a tornado touched down at around 11:30 a.m. Pacific Power reports approximately 2,395 customers are without power, down from 5,727 earlier, said Tom Gauntt, a Pacific Power spokesman.
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#1 Dec 14, 2010
I live in Aumsville. I was home when the tornado hit. I live off of 4th street. My house wasn’t damaged. I was extremely lucky. Most of us in my neighborhood just thought it was a thunder and lightning storm coming in. To our surprise, it was a tornado. The city is devastated; most people who live in this area have lived here most of their lives. For parents, it was extremely scary because we were unable to make contact with the schools to see if they were okay. It was the scariest and saddest day of my life.
Since: May 09
#2 Dec 18, 2010
Why is it it takes a major disaster to bring people together in civil cooperation.
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