Kansas City Tornado
May 25, 2011 by USA Post
Kansas City Tornado, The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for an area that includes downtown Kansas City. The service says the storm approaching the city from the south has a history of producing funnel clouds and is expected to reach the center at 12:45 on Wednesday. In suburban Johnson County, Kansas, south of the city, county Emergency Management Director Nick Crossley says no touchdowns were confirmed in the morning. At least three NFL teams are launching to help victims of deadly tornadoes have swept across the Midwest. Kansas City Chiefs, said Tuesday he is collecting bottled water and contribute to 35,000 to assist victims of devastating tornadoes in Reading, Kansas, and Joplin, Missouri
The Chiefs are also working with the Salvation Army to collect financial donations to the Heart to Heart International.
Employees of the team announced that accept donations of bottled water at Arrowhead Stadium both Tuesday and Wednesday. Owner Clark Hunt, general manager Scott Pioli and other team officials planned to help load the truck on Wednesday.
More than 100 people died in the tornado that hit Sunday Joplin. Earlier, a man died and dozens of homes were destroyed in eastern Kansas’s community to read.
The St. Louis Rams plan to get involved with relief efforts after general manager Billy Devaney and coach Steve Spagnuolo return of the NFL meetings in Indianapolis. The Rams coaching staff helped cleanup efforts in St. Louis County, a tornado that leveled entire neighborhoods last month.
The Springfield (Missouri) Cardinals fan collected donations before their games during their stay at home tomorrow with a formal presentation Friday to the representatives of Convoy of Hope, a disaster relief agency.
The Indianapolis Colts, Lucas Oil Products and the American Red Cross of Greater Indianapolis are also involved. The team asked fans to donate bottled water, disposable diapers or money.
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