Weekend severe weather leaves behind damage in Lyon County

Weekend severe weather leaves behind damage in Lyon County

the schools will reopen tomorrow at engineer says that all the structures are safe, not the way to start the severe weather also swept through Lyon County, Iowa keloland’s Kelli bowl continues our team coverage tonight with a look at the aftermath and why the damage is so personal for some. Christina stands. Linda and her 3 children took shelter from the storm as it rolled through Lyon County Saturday. She watched from her security system as the powerful winds destroyed a shop in her yard. Northwest of Klondike just picked up and moved in. But It was her late husband Cade shot. This was his So when my kids and I miss him. We would come out here. Just kind of remember, remember him. Others in the county are also surveying the damage. The hail took a toll on some of units in large wood here you can see how the hail chipped away at this citing the hail stones of. of pieces, but it will basically after be totally replaced. He and other farmers also suffered crop damage. The wind leveled some of Doug stenson’s corn meant for Cy I guess you got to put it all into perspective. You know, mother she’ll give and take in Boise. Take. Sometimes he says they’ll see if the chopper is able to pick it up. As for Christina. She’s making plans to. Currently we’re just going to try to clean it and then And there will be a special shop once again. In Lyon County, Iowa, Kelli KELOLAND news. Now on top of the homes building and crops. Several vehicles were also damaged. Thankfully the larch wood fire chief says he has not heard of any injuries from the storms. Also caused rose to
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Weekend severe weather leaves behind damage in Lyon County

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