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Post Pics and Damage Reports 2/7/17 (1 Viewer)


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It looks like NOLA has some damage, some of our customers may have been effected, Nathan is going to check on them as soon as he reaches them!
 

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That video is nasty scary!!

We've still not heard from our customers, they are located on Chef Menteur...they are all located in metal buildings...
 

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WOWOWOWOW!!
 

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Nathan got in touch with our customers, the tornado was 1/4 a mile away!! There's a bit of a language barrier so we were worried about them seeking safety!!
 

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At least nine tornadoes touched down in south Louisiana and south Mississippi on Tuesday, causing widespread damage and dozens of injuries, but no deaths. The largest tornado was an EF2 with winds of 111 - 135 mph that tore through New Orleans East, injuring 25, with three of the injuries deemed serious. The tornado cut a swath through a residential area and a stretch of motels and trailer parks, and damaged roofs at NASA's Michoud Assembly Facility. About 250 build...<br /><a href="http://www.wunderground.com/blog/JeffMasters/comment.html?entrynum=3554">Read More</a>


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At least nine tornadoes touched down in south Louisiana and south Mississippi on Tuesday, causing widespread damage and dozens of injuries, but no deaths. The largest tornado was an EF3 with winds over 135 mph that tore through New Orleans East, injuring 25, with three of the injuries deemed serious (the tornado was preliminarily rated EF2 on Tuesday, but was upgraded to EF3 on Wednesday after an NWS damage survey.) The tornado cut a swath through a residential area...<br /><a href="http://www.wunderground.com/blog/JeffMasters/comment.html?entrynum=3554">Read More</a>


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