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Re: T.S. DENNIS visits TN

Oh,Pam. That's awful. Lightning is so scary in its unpredictability.  It
must have been horrifying for them to watch.

I'm glad they weren't in the building, and will add them to my prayer list.


> Well Daryl - you don't have to be in a hurricane's path for disaster
> to strike.  A little pocket storm popped up in Kaufman late this
> afternoon.
> Lightning hit my friends Elaine & Mike's business.  Burned to the
> ground - total loss.  Plus their motor home, boat, tractor & her late
> mother's car that were all in the warehouse.  Thank God she was across
> the street at A-Box & he had just gone to Home Depot.  Firemen told us
> anyone who had been in the building (metal) would have been
> electrocuted or incinerated.   What a bloody awful mess.  I'm still in
> shock.
> And it didn't even rain here (10 miles away) can you believe it?

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