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KY Tornadoes - Elezene's Story
Scottie Holbrook and his 90-year-old mother, Elezene Holbrook, resident of Salyersville, KY, share their story of going through the unexpected tornado.
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Kentucky Tornadoes - Mayor Shepherd's Video Report from Salyersville, KY
March 18, 2012 - Christ In Action, partnered with Praise Assembly (Prestonsburg, KY), has been asked by Mayor Pete Shepherd of Salyersville, KY, to join with city and county road crews to assist in cleaning up the city following the EF-3 tornado that swept through on March 2, 2012.
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KY Tornadoes Deployment Video Report
March 16, 2012 - Christ In Action has deployed to Eastern Kentucky following the 61 confirmed tornadoes that ripped through the Midwest on March 2, 2012. Two of those were EF-3 tornadoes that swiped through the towns of West Liberty and Salyersville, KY, sustaining winds of up to 160 mph.
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Kentucky Tornadoes Assessment Report Video
Following two EF-3 tornadoes in Eastern Kentucky on March 2, 2012, Christ In Action completed an assessment and has made arrangements to setup base camp, partnering with local churches and other relief groups to provide help and hope.
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Christ In Action Deploying To Eastern Kentucky
Christ In Action has made the decision to deploy to eastern Kentucky, partnering with local churches and working with other relief groups to bring hope to smaller communities that have not drawn much media attention.
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CIA Assessment Team Begins To Survey Central Kentucky Tornado Aftermath
March 8, 2012 - 8:45 PM EST - Christ In Action's Assessment team arrived to a wet Central Kentucky Thursday morning, March 8, and surveyed several different areas throughout West Liberty, Salyersville, and Prestonsburg. This area was hit by two EF-3 tornados, one being 1 mile wide sweeping 95 miles, and the other 3/4-mile wide sweeping 49 miles, leaving a path of utter destruction, and claiming 12 lives.
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