May 25, 2011 by USA Post
Minneapolis Tornado, Disaster recovery center opens today in Minneapolis for those affected by Sunday’s tornado. The temporary center is located in Farview Rec Center and will provide online services and resources to residents of the northern part of trying to rebuild their lives together Affected individuals can obtain basic supplies – along with help in request for emergency assistance for food, clothing, medical care and shelter. Meanwhile, the city now also started their tree debris pick-up the program. The free service will run until June 10.
The Minnesota Department of Commerce is trying to reach victims of severe storms and tornadoes on Sunday. Commissioner Mike Rothman says a team of consumer response is in north Minneapolis recovering again to answer questions today, and insurance. Rothman said he helped a homeowner who yesterday did not even know that the insurance company. It also recommends hiring a reputable contractor for home repairs and background check.
The tornado that struck the Minneapolis area this weekend more harm than humans. The National Park Service estimates up to 200 great blue heron nests were destroyed when the storm hit the island in the Mississippi River. About 180 herons were killed. A few birds that survived the devastation, including nine heron chicks are being treated at the Center for Wildlife Rehabilitation in Roseville.
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