-- armando hernandez.the six year old known as a-j was loved by everyonebrittany stiles/survivor/wsb: growing up with these people, and knowing that theyre gone now, its heartbreaking.officials warn the death toll could rise - as they continue the painstaking task of combing through the rubble.there are also incredible stories of survival --the tatum family watched as the tornado ripped past their farm.myles tatum / storm victim/wbma: 'the lord protected us. that's all there was to it.some were seriously hurt-- though thankful their lives were sparedjessica chandle/ boyfriend seriously injured: "he has a fractured leg. his ribs are broken. he has puncture wounds, cuts, bruises. he's really sore. i mean he got out of the hospital last night. we're thankful he's alive.and by our count of the almost 80 people taken to the hospital due to injuries related to this storm about 10 remain in the hospital.so good news there. members of this community just coming together to support those victims and those that lost loved ones.reporting in lee county, i'm camila bernal. ( james ) coming up ...
rebuidling your propertythat's good news for a lot of local sot armando mushik/flood victim :32we got about 4 and a half feet of water we are right off the river, lost most of our furniture and appliances are pretty much shot so we are taking everyitng out and eplacing the walls half way upand the assistance center will also offer non rebuilding related services.sotyou will be able apply right here for food stamps, you can talk to our behavorial health folks if yo uneed cousneling , you can talk to our community development comission and if you need help finding housing or housing assistance, you can talk to the dmv to the contractor state licensing board without having to drive all over town and especially to santa rosa. standup dan kerman/guerneville 1:18going forward the assitance center will be open from 9 am to 6pm alt elast through next saturday. in guerneville, dan kerman kron 4 news.129/std ( james ) a drop-off site for non-toxic flood debris is available for residents in sonoma county who are cleaning up after the recent storms. the service is intended only for waste originat
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