Davy Community Awash in Flood Debris
Her front yard turned into a lake. McDowell County resident Lana Hall lives in Davy with her husband David and early Sunday morning their home, which sits at the convergence of Asco Creek and Little Davy Creek, became surrounded by rising water.
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#1 Jul 8, 2010
I am very sorry that Lana and David Hall got flooded but they were not the only ones who did. Other people got it a lot worse than they did. Some people lost everything they had, furniture and appliances. So I think the Halls come out very well from this dissaster.
#2 Jul 8, 2010
My parents have not complained once about the mess...they have said all along they are blessed and very grateful bc it could have been worse. Just because the media depicts it one way doesn't mean my parents think that they "got the most damage".
#3 Jul 9, 2010
The Hall's are very good ppl so if others in the town wish to help them out in their time of need I dont see the problem with this because they have helped and done alot for everyone around them
#4 Jul 12, 2010
I agree with you that they are good people. I know of them and have been told that they are good people. I was misinformed about the circumstances during the cleanup from the flood. I apologize to Kelli and her family.
#5 Jul 13, 2010
Apology accepted---thank you.
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