Storm Damage Reports From Texoma

Storm Damage Reports From Texoma

There are 4 comments on the KTEN-TV Denison story from Jun 19, 2011, titled Storm Damage Reports From Texoma. In it, KTEN-TV Denison reports that:

SADLER, GAINESVILLE & WHITESBORO TX--After severe weather Saturday evening, the National Weather Service reports that there are several trees and mobile homes blown over in the Gainesville area.

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Observer

Valley View, TX

#1 Jun 19, 2011
Muenster, Texas suffered severe damage from this storm. Muenster Milling lost several grain storage bins, numerous huge trees were down all over the place, even the Sacred Heart Cemetery was damaged - headstones knocked down, rubble everywhere. Headstones are not lightweight, people. The old car dealership on the corner of Main and 82 was severely damaged. Main Street was closed. Many buildings there suffered heavy damage. Went to Fischer's Market this morning - they were open, but I had to be escorted by a nice young lad with a flashlight who kept track of my purchases on a calculator because the power was out.....a totally strange thing that I hope never happens to Muenster again. Those folks are sure troopers - people were all over the place, cutting down trees, clearing roofing material. It was an amazing sight.
Muensterite

Valley View, TX

#2 Jun 20, 2011
Thank you so much for your post Observer!! I just love this town!! Whatever happens, good or bad all people come together. It is the only town I know that pulls together to get stuff done. We had City personnel, EMS, Our Fire Dept plus other Fire Dept from other towns came in to help, plus every person in town was going from house to house to help anyone and everyone who needed help. But 9 last night I would say that almost 90% of mess was cleaned up.
herman muenster

Gainesville, TX

#3 Jun 21, 2011
God never misses a chance to smite the evil, inbred, drunkin, gossiping, flatheads from muenster. Better luck next time God, they all survived.
Lily

Gainesville, TX

#4 Aug 4, 2011
Muensterite wrote:
Thank you so much for your post Observer!! I just love this town!! Whatever happens, good or bad all people come together. It is the only town I know that pulls together to get stuff done. We had City personnel, EMS, Our Fire Dept plus other Fire Dept from other towns came in to help, plus every person in town was going from house to house to help anyone and everyone who needed help. But 9 last night I would say that almost 90% of mess was cleaned up.
Um, yeah, is this why only us big city folk know about all of your kids abortions and the drugs they've been taking? You fools need to listen to the pedophile when you're in church Sunday. He will teach you all not to be so petty! I would probably be like you folks if I were as FUGLY as each of you (INSIDE AND OUT)! BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA...

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