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> *From: *Ken Lassman* *
> Date: 2011/5/23
> Subject: [Bioreg] Tornado update
> Their house was hit: no garage, no windows, holes to the sky with water
> pouring in as it's raining, so lots of water damage, but they are
> the night there until their sons and my sister who lives nearby can get
> there tomorrow with a Uhaul to take stuff out of there. I'd go down
> have an 87 year old mom next door to me and it looks real bad for big
> tornadoes in our area tomorrow. Assuming we get through that, I'll be
> heading down later this week if they need help.
> Pretty interesting times,
> From: Bioreg@... [Bioreg@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Ken
> Lassman [Ken.Lassman@...]
> Sent: Monday, May 23, 2011 7:39 PM
> To: Bioreg@...
> Subject: RE: [Bioreg] Tornado check in?
> My aunt and uncle live in Joplin, and they were visiting relations in
> when it hit, and know their neighborhood is devastated, but they are
> trouble getting back. Will hopefully hear something tonight. Tomorrow
> under the gun big time, so it ain't over yet!
> From: Bioreg@... [Bioreg@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of curtis
> andrew beckwith [chikaskia@...]
> Sent: Monday, May 23, 2011 12:45 PM
> To: Bioreg@...
> Subject: Re: [Bioreg] Tornado check in?
> i am just now reading about the destruction. greg galbraith, who
> the ozark calendar, and has served on the board of the ozark regional
> trust lives in carthage, right next to joplin~
> the storm before dark from a hundred miles west loomed miles into the
> evening sky.
> this is one of the worst twisters i have ever heard about in our region.
> grew up on the east side of wichita, near there, similarly destructive
> funnels carved paths in andover and udall kansas (google them), then
> here in stroud, ok, as well.
> cab, in tulsa