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Default Alabama tornadoes: Officials identify all 23 victims, aged 6 - 89

For those of you in Alabama: I feel your pain and anguish due to the aftermath of Sunday's tornadoes, the death & destruction must be over-whelming I am so sorry for all ya'll's losses. It isn't much, but its all I can do: Sending positive energy & light to help ya'll through this difficult time.

Officials identify all 23 victims of Alabama tornadoes; ages range from 6 to 89

LEE COUNTY, Ala. - Officials have released the names of all 23 victims who were killed during Sunday's tornadoes in Alabama.

Lee County Coroner Bill Harris confirmed the victims' ages ranged from 6 to 89. Seven of the victims belonged to one extended family, Harris said.
Four children ages 6, 8, 9 and 10 were the youngest victims.

President Donald Trump will tour the areas devastated by the tornadoes on Friday, according to the Associated Press.


I hope tRump has something useful for ya'll....I'm still flabbergasted that he threw paper towels to flood victims


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Originally Posted by patchouli View Post
I hope tRump has something useful for ya'll....I'm still flabbergasted that he threw paper towels to flood victims
Maybe we could request that Colombia help us get the aid back we so swiftly sent to Venezuela that wasn't there when PR needed it.

This is devastating. My prayers for everyone affected and those stepping in to assist. If there are ways to help victims, please share the links and remember the less-commonly donated items like diapers (adult and children), food pouches that don't need prep for those with special needs and feminine hygiene.
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