posted on May, 16 2013 @ 04:04 PM
reply to post by Deemo Diablo
I have family on the ground in the area who weren't affected by the storm other than a mailbox being blown over. She said that emergency responses
were prompt and everyone's checking up on folks in the area -- you know how we Texans are when there's an emergency. The amount of damage and
devastation in these areas is far less than what was done by the explosion of the fertilizer plant in West, Texas.
I don't mean to sound callous or blase, but as a fellow Texas, you're probably aware that storm damage from hail, windshear, and tornadoes is a
constant event every spring in Texas and the rest of Tornado Alley. You may have forgotten the multiple tornado incident here in Dallas last year,
and you might have forgotten the numerous times over the past decades that we got baseball sized hail in some areas.
It's just Life In Texas, as all of us Texans know.
I'm sure the local fire department would appreciate a donation if you cared to send one.
edit on 16-5-2013 by Byrd because: (no reason