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-- devastating reality for thousands of folks in the midwest today there are reports of at least half a dozen tornadoes causing serious damage -- governments are declaring a state of emergency.
Treason a home's power lines torn down hundreds without power joining us on the phone Hazelwood Missouri mayor Matthew Robinson.
Mayor when the sun came up this morning what did you find.
Well -- more damage this -- them -- And we're here we would rather than we have originally estimated and walk -- in the last night.
When you have Credo owns the world and our oh and just grew one devastated area.
-- -- reevaluate.
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The end which -- but the damage was trees and windows and cut -- cut now Susan.
There we just saw one huge tree.
Split -- house what about injuries and or deaths.
Well that's the blessed being part of it says there are no fatalities in very minor -- I think the worst I've heard -- it's broken leg.
That is truly amazing what was it like win this storm system came roaring through -- Well we were in the middle of a council meeting the end we bunkered down in the latest on the restroom and we took care of our business paternity state ourselves -- them with the matter of minutes after -- -- It was notified -- Hazelwood -- there and what I immediately came to the dispatchers often it's bigger than 911 -- to see where the -- world.
He -- to stay out of the way to but that's where I could.
And find out where the damage was -- and got up there didn't just started to.
They evaluate things to ourselves spoke.
There was pretty devastating there -- some pretty all all need to work completely torn up and occupy our product global.
Well you're very lucky mayor Matthew Robinson of Hazelwood Missouri.
A lucky that no fatalities in very few injuries mostly just.
Minor injuries mr.
mayor thanks for being with us good luck tonight but --
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