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The RV park located next to the state park entrance.

Several RV's damaged/ destroyed Sat March 13, 2021

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Strong winds, tornados in the area, 18 wheelers overturned on the interstate. No reported deaths or serious injuries at this time. 10 PM CST


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That's terrible, I feel bad for those folks. It looks like the coach didn't get blown over, but maybe one of the others was blown into it. I'm curious how insurance would handle something like that.


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“No reported deaths or serious injuries at this time.”

Hopefully this will remain so.


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rdhetrick wrote:

That's terrible, I feel bad for those folks. It looks like the coach didn't get blown over, but maybe one of the others was blown into it. I'm curious how insurance would handle something like that.


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rdhetrick wrote:

That's terrible, I feel bad for those folks. It looks like the coach didn't get blown over, but maybe one of the others was blown into it. I'm curious how insurance would handle something like that.

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We live 90 miles from this area. We had near constant winds of 50 mph for 48 hours straight. Luckily our rig suffered no damage.

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