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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by rusty_keg_3, Jun 18, 2010.
"Things" can all be replaced...lives can't. Glad to hear everyone is okay!!!
Wow it only 30 miles away from our house.
Hope Insurance buy you new mower since it in house insurance policy.
At 11 p.m. it was crazy storm in Wayne area. Couldn't see anything and wind pound on my friend's cargo van.
Sorry to see this happen man. Everything will work out eventually, but at least no lives were lost. Again, I'm real sorry.
I wish you the best in getting new stuff and hopefully recovering all of your other things to. Thats just terrible though.
Good luck dude !
Wow sorry to see hear that, glad everyones ok though. Goodluck getting everything back on track man
yeah we got hit with that up in st.clair county also last night.
rusty, sorry to hear about this. glad to hear everyone is ok. best of luck
Good luck to you and your Bro... Thankfully your family made it thru the storm.
Collect the insurance and you guys should be back to work soon.
Again Best of luck.
Thoughts and prayers are with you guys as you recover from this. Sorry to hear it all, but glad everyone stayed safe. Let insurance do it's thing and get back to work soon.
Was this area declared a disaster area?If so you can go online and apply for disaster relief funds online with FEMA,also if the Redcross is on site they can put you up in temporary housing (hotel) until you get a FEMA trailer,maybe you already know that and have done so.How our lives can change so much in the blink of an eye,have faith in God and reach out to those around you,God will never give you more than you can handle(easy for me to say but you must know that it's true).Our prayers go with you.
oh my goodness,im glad everyone is okay.your in my prayers.