Archive for the ‘efforts’ Category

Porter, OK Flood

June 28th, 2019 | efforts | Comments Off

May was an explosive month for tornadoes and floods. There were over 300 tornadoes in just two weeks and flooding in multiple states. We’ve been helping farming families in OK recover by helping to clear debris from their fields and houses, rebuild fences and install some new bridges and culverts.

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Dayton, OH Tornado

May 29th, 2019 | efforts | Comments Off

A historic tornado outbreak produced 225 confirmed tornadoes in just 12 days. Dayton, OH experienced some of the worst damage leaving neighborhood after neighborhood destroyed. We were fortunate to have many local volunteers work alongside us.

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Platte County, NE Flood

March 20th, 2019 | efforts | Comments Off

Heavy rain mixed with snowmelt caused widespread flooding in Nebraska and surrounding states. Fields needed to be cleared, fences rebuilt and waterways restored. Our heavy equipment was what was needed to help make progress for farmers in need of a helping hand.

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Ellersile, GA Tornado

March 11th, 2019 | efforts | Comments Off

Tornadoes tore through Georgia and Alabama leaving a 70 mile path of destruction. One of the communities we helped was the small town of Ellersile, GA who’s local public works department was overwhelmed with the cleanup. We were grateful for the opportunity to help them get many roads cleared of downed trees and housing debris

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Lee County, AL Tornado

March 3rd, 2019 | efforts | Comments Off

The small county community of Lee County, AL was ground zero for the deadliest tornado of 2019. 23 people lost their lives. Using our specialized trucks and equipment we worked alongside local volunteers to help families clear the way to recovery.

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Columbus, MS Tornado

February 23rd, 2019 | efforts | Comments Off

When a deadly EF-3 tornado hit Columbus, MS damaging 500 homes and 30 businesses the Team responded with heavy equipment and personal helping to clear debris from a school, cemetery, roadways and homesites.

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