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Some nasty storms went through. Lot's of damage. Hope you all are ok.
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I goose hunted the afternoon and saw a funnel cloud and got caught up in 40 mph winds and hail.
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Ok Here in the south, tornadoes went through everywhere. The severe damage was up north. There is a thread with pics in the Illinois forum. Prayers for all of those affected.
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It just ripped through here, east of Columbus. I called some friends in Illinios, thankfully they are fine. Prayers for those affected by the storm.
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Washington county, which is about 40-50 east of St. Louis got hit-at least two fatalities. Pekin and the town of Washington, near Peoria really got hit hard. Whole blocks are reported gone in Washington. I haven't heard about injuries. Coal City and Diamond, along I-55, about 30 miles south of Joliet, were also hit hard.
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