North Carolina Tornadoes
April 17, 2011 by USA Post
North Carolina Tornadoes, The Southeast has been hard hit by extreme weather in the last couple of days with the death toll now stands at 44 and could increase. North Carolina has seen the majority of fatalities – 23 deaths have been reported so far there are about 62 tornadoes hit the state Saturday. Hundreds more have lost their homes and belongings and living without power after what was the largest outbreak of tornadoes in the state in more than 20 years.
The three-day visit began in Oklahoma and has since traveled to Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia – leaving death and destruction in its wake. The images and stories of loss reported are heartbreaking, and I’m doing everything possible to protect my son is only 7 years old, the television news reports or destruction, or never goes to sleep again.
It is flat out terror of tornadoes. Every night for at least last year, the last thing I ask before going to bed is, “No clocks No tornado warning tornado tornadoes do not??” Every night I say, “No, No, No,” and try to reassure those who do not happen very often, and that the most likely to occur in the Midwest (we live in Florida). Furthermore, I say, tornadoes are one of the most preventable disasters, since they usually have warning that they can come and can take cover.
This latest North Carolina discount pretty much everything that makes me feel so powerless to protect both of what the world will bring your way.
Now all we can hope for is that they do not choose to discuss the news in her first grade class come tomorrow morning. Although I know he has to learn the realities of the world at some point, I’d like in as many years as possible, to have to think about this kind of violent, senseless deaths that are completely beyond our control. Is difficult, even for adults to deal with – knowing that one day you go about your life, and the next it’s gone, just like – and even more difficult for small minds.
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