Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio roll call

Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio roll call

This is a discussion on Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio roll call within the Bob & Terry's Place forums, part of the The Back Porch category; I hope everyone from these areas are OK from the storms yesterday. I live about 10 miles notrth of the devastation in the Crittendon and ...

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    Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio roll call

    I hope everyone from these areas are OK from the storms yesterday. I live about 10 miles notrth of the devastation in the Crittendon and Piner areas. I drove through there this morning as my wife runs the local hospital in Grant County and we went down to check on the staff and to see what we and the health system can do to help those effected. Some really bad stories but thankfully, everyone we know is OK (although several lost their homes). I though it would be reassuring if the members in the areas could post so we know they are safe. I am an adjuster and have handled storms for 30 years, this is some of the worst I have seen.
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    I am in Michigan, but was wondering the same thing,,,,,,
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    I'm about 45 minutes from West Liberty, KY. Lots of folks here are trying to help. The town is mostly gone.

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    I live about 5 minutes away from greater downtown Piner (sarcasm). We had nearly no damage, can't say the same for a lot of other folks.

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    They let us leave work early, but I was North of the worst of it.
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    Ohio mostly got lucky and avoided the brunt of the storms. We will for sure send prayers to those in need.
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    I'm in Frankfort Ky… got a good tour of under the house. Some hail damage… but that's it.
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    The death toll climbs higher. Now 38. Terrible natural disaster. Hoping that all of our members and their loved ones are fine & pulled through with no loss of life and property.

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    I'm in Crittenden about 2 miles South from the main effected area. No discernible damage to my house though my neighbor lost a couple windows to hail we think and about a 4 foot by 3 foot section of siding. It's an absolute miracle more people were not hurt and killed. Just saw the damage on Hwy 25 and the damage from it crossing the 75. Incredible.

    I have only heard of maybe 4 deaths and a handful of injuries so far. It's a miracle it wasn't far worse.

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    Is there an update on the baby that was carried 10 miles away from her home by the tornado and dropped into a field? The last I heard on the radio was that she was alive but, in critical condition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    Is there an update on the baby that was carried 10 miles away from her home by the tornado and dropped into a field? The last I heard on the radio was that she was alive but, in critical condition.
    Just saw this on MSN. She didn't make it.

    U.S. News - Toddler found after twister dies in hospital
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