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Tornado outbreak of April 27 2011 and still being terrorized 2012

 
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04/27/2012 10:43 AM
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Tornado outbreak of April 27 2011 and still being terrorized 2012
The terror that was unleashed last April 27 is beyond words to most that went through that unbelievable day.

I woke to the knowledge of watching the system build for days. That morning here in the south Tennessee valley, what I saw scared me to my core. The parameters were starting to read off the charts as the helicity kept raising.

One tornado ravaged our county in the morning. Later that early evening a EF4 swept into our county from Ringold Georgia. A total of 9 people lost there lives in our county that day in south east Tennessee.

Our area was never to be the same again. You just didn't hear of tornado's tracking up and down mountains for 80 miles. These monsters were always thought of in flat tornado alley's in the plains.

I was lucky all I had was damage to my property so I thought. After a year later my insurance company settled for thousands less than my estimates.

The real kicker was they doubled my rates of my policy, and increased my deductable from $1000 to $5000. I am not alone as FEMA was handing out SBA loan apps as there help. I saw people loose everything and FEMA was no where to be found. If it wasn't for the local people helping still to this day most would still have nothing.

March 2 2012 I had a EF3 tornado plow through a 30 miles path of destruction. This one also followed a path over a mountain. My house faired worst this time but seeing my deductable was raised I reached in my pocket again.

This is going on nation wide as people suffer the onslaught of tornado's and severe weather. They are traumatized beaten scared for life and many loose the loved ones. Then when it's over the long ordeal comes of trying to rebuild your life.

I pray for the families who have lost there loved ones. The ones who still suffer through hardships of health and financial matters. The big ones that are there to help like FEMA and your insurance companies are all part of the MSM circus.
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04/27/2012 10:45 AM
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Re: Tornado outbreak of April 27 2011 and still being terrorized 2012
The terror that was unleashed last April 27 is beyond words to most that went through that unbelievable day.

I woke to the knowledge of watching the system build for days. That morning here in the south Tennessee valley, what I saw scared me to my core. The parameters were starting to read off the charts as the helicity kept raising.

One tornado ravaged our county in the morning. Later that early evening a EF4 swept into our county from Ringold Georgia. A total of 9 people lost there lives in our county that day in south east Tennessee.

Our area was never to be the same again. You just didn't hear of tornado's tracking up and down mountains for 80 miles. These monsters were always thought of in flat tornado alley's in the plains.

I was lucky all I had was damage to my property so I thought. After a year later my insurance company settled for thousands less than my estimates.

The real kicker was they doubled my rates of my policy, and increased my deductable from $1000 to $5000. I am not alone as FEMA was handing out SBA loan apps as there help. I saw people loose everything and FEMA was no where to be found. If it wasn't for the local people helping still to this day most would still have nothing.

March 2 2012 I had a EF3 tornado plow through a 30 miles path of destruction. This one also followed a path over a mountain. My house faired worst this time but seeing my deductable was raised I reached in my pocket again.

This is going on nation wide as people suffer the onslaught of tornado's and severe weather. They are traumatized beaten scared for life and many loose the loved ones. Then when it's over the long ordeal comes of trying to rebuild your life.

I pray for the families who have lost there loved ones. The ones who still suffer through hardships of health and financial matters. The big ones that are there to help like FEMA and your insurance companies are all part of the MSM circus.
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((((hugs)))) I am so sorry that you have endured all of this! I hope NOTHING but good things come your way from here on out.
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04/27/2012 11:12 AM
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Thank you Teensi2.

We all need to help people in our communities. The ones that you think will be there are not.

These weather patterns are not by any means normal.
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Re: Tornado outbreak of April 27 2011 and still being terrorized 2012
It wasn't supposed to happen -- not like this.

Swarms of tornadoes threw cars and blasted apart homes and neighborhoods. The violence of wave after wave of storms surprised even the veteran meteorologists who, for days, had been sounding warnings about the weather's potential for disaster.

But who could have fathomed the intensity of the super tornado outbreak one year ago today, April 27, 2011?

Who could have imagined that 316 people would die -- 81 in the Chattanooga region? And who could have predicted the $5.5 billion in damage just in Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia, including the collapse of huge electrical power towers, cutting off electricity to much of the region.

[link to www.timesfreepress.com]

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