And keep in mind that FEMA and Homleand Security staged “earthquake drills” in these areas and so were there when the tornadoes struck.
You’ll have a hard time convincing me that they did not know beforehand that tornadoes would strike this area.
Storm recovery: How you can help
(CNN) — Severe storms and deadly tornadoes ripped through six Southern states, destroying homes and buildings and killing at least 268 people in its path.
Alabama was the hardest-hit state with violent storms taking the lives of at least 180 people, according to the Alabama Emergency Management Agency.
As organizations and first responders offer emergency relief, food and shelter, many people across the country are looking for ways to help storm victims.
The Salvation Army has set up 10 mobile kitchens to provide hot meals to survivors in hard-hit areas like Tuscaloosa, Guntersville and Lauderdale in Alabama and Montpellier and Oxford, Mississippi.
Another 22 mobile kitchens are on standby.
Follow The Salvation Army’s blog for updates, visit its website or text ”GIVE” to 80888 to make a $10 donation to the organization’s relief efforts. It will show up on your next mobile phone bill.
Samaritan’s Purse has dispatched experts and two disaster relief units, tractor trailers stocked with emergency supplies and tools, to assess the needs in Tuscaloosa, Birmingham and Cullman, Alabama.
Visit Samaritan’s Purse online to volunteer or make a donation to help the storm victims.
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