Is the Dana Thomas House OK after the storm?

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tantara2001

Is the Dana Thomas House OK after the storm?

Post by tantara2001 »

Has anybody heard if the house is OK. CNN has reported storm damage in the city.



http://www.cnn.com/2006/WEATHER/03/13/m ... index.html

rgrant

Post by rgrant »

Storrer checked into it and says there has been no damage, and the house will be open later in the week. Springfield is largely without power at the moment. I talked to a friend there, and she says the damage is not as bad as CNN reports would suggest.

Spring Green

Post by Spring Green »

Hurray for the FLLW network!! I knew I'd find out how Dana-Thomas was doing from this site.

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