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car streaks and storm !!
Anonymous says ... on Monday, Jul 11 at 3:18 PM
gypsywoman72 says ... on Monday, Jul 11 at 5:53 PM
@Anonymous Lol, you people & your childish comments.
Scary stuff last night. Glad everyone was okay.
vikisaw says ... on Monday, Jul 11 at 10:44 PM
Wow. I was in Vinton a mere two weeks ago. Terrible to see this devastation.
CatDoody says ... on Monday, Jul 11 at 11:24 PM
Well, I was in the City of Lights tonight. and yea. bad deal.
Dustin says ... on Tuesday, Jul 12 at 12:37 AM
I heard the sirens and saw the constant lightning around 530 am......but i was all cozy in my comforter....didnt realize the wind was that bad until i walked outside this morning.....nuts
West end Vinton says ... on Tuesday, Jul 12 at 4:39 AM
What SIRENS no one in our neighborhood heard any blow we had no warning thank god that no one was hurt. Oh the Storm cellar door at the west end town trailer home park ,lots of good when the doors are kept locked. I'm just glad no one was injured.
gypsywoman72 says ... on Tuesday, Jul 12 at 10:04 AM
I heard sirens in Cedar Rapids.
Dan Adams says ... on Wednesday, Jul 13 at 7:21 PM
I assure you, this photo and all the other damage around, is NOT fake!
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