Strong storm headed for parts of York...

Strong storm headed for parts of York County

There are 8 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Jun 20, 2009, titled Strong storm headed for parts of York County. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

A strong thunderstorm is headed toward northeastern Adams County and northwestern York County, the National Weather Service says.

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used to live in the city

Wilmington, DE

#1 Jun 20, 2009
This building has been structurally compromised for years. The city should have done its job and condemned it earlier instead of waiting for the weather to finally knock parts of it down. I wonder who determined which demolition company would get the contract? Was there a lesson learned after Princess St.?
NOAA Spotter

Jerome, PA

#2 Jun 20, 2009
The funnel cloud seen in Codorus Township was beginning to form over the hill along PA 516 just south of Spring Grove around 2:30 PM.

There was very definite rotation.

When that storm cell moved into Maryland it formed a waterspout over the Bay triggering a Tornado Warning for several Eastern Shore counties.

The National Weather Service had trouble confirming ground reports with radar as the Doppler radar from Sterling Virginia (which gives the best analysis of wind velocity for this area) was out of service until early Saturday evening.
Big G

New Cumberland, PA

#3 Jun 21, 2009
I sure do hope that the demolition crew dosent stop at just that one building.

“The Horse Stops Here”

Since: May 08

Littlestown,Pa

#4 Jun 21, 2009
Was this building a sewing factory at one time? I remember it from walking to York High in the 70s.
Big G

New Cumberland, PA

#5 Jun 21, 2009
I believe, but not quite sure.
Wondering

West Chester, PA

#6 Jun 21, 2009
Was it called South Pine Sewing Factory or something like that. My grandmother worked at one in York years ago.
David

Middletown, PA

#7 Jun 21, 2009
Now that the building is slated to come down this weekend I hope the city finds some funding in the form of recycling the used bricks of the walls. Too stupid to just bury them in a landfill to take 200 years to break down.

“The Horse Stops Here”

Since: May 08

Littlestown,Pa

#8 Jun 21, 2009
Wondering wrote:
Was it called South Pine Sewing Factory or something like that. My grandmother worked at one in York years ago.
That was on south pine st i think.. then it was called doe-spun.my grandmother worked at danskin for like 35 yrs and then sleepwear part time.

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