Stokes County Crimestoppers assisting tornado victims

@Deepizzaguy (15451)
Lake Charles, Louisiana
May 30, 2017 5:53pm CST
Stokes County Sheriff Mike Marshall has announced on Tuesday that if anyone who was a victim of the tornado that struck the county six days ago to contact his office so that the Crime Stoppers officials can get the victims the assistance they need from an organization or agency to help them get back on their feet as soon as possible. The National Weather Service in Blacksburg confirmed that a EF2 tornado with winds up to 125 miles per hour five miles east of East Bend on Wednesday in Stokes County. There were no reported deaths in the disaster. However over 1000 trees were knocked down and there was severe damage to two buildings in the county.
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@EMuhungi (1733)
• Nairobi, Kenya
30 May 17
Sorry for those who were affected.
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@Deepizzaguy (15451)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
30 May 17
Me too since tornadoes are very dangerous storms.
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@EMuhungi (1733)
• Nairobi, Kenya
31 May 17
@Deepizzaguy We hope that it does not occur again in the future.
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@Deepizzaguy (15451)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
31 May 17
@EMuhungi Me too/ I have been through Hurricanes Katrina and Cindy and it was no fun living in the Stone Age.
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@JohnRoberts (64821)
• Los Angeles, California
30 May 17
That's a lot of trees.
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@Deepizzaguy (15451)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
31 May 17
I know what you mean.
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