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Adamsville Damage

| 9:50 am March 3, 2007 | Comments (8)

Thanks to Stephen Pritchett for these images of the tornado damage in Adamsville…

Be sure and also see the images of the damage in Wilcox County on our blog here.



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  1. Doc says:

    My heart goes out to these people… God Bless Them!!

  2. debby says:

    just curious but is there a site where it compares the older Fujita Scale to the new revised one? I really thought the Enterprise one would be an F4 and might have been on the old scale.

    Have been really sending up prayers for all those so sadly affected..the HS one is especially hard because I have a 15 yr old..it could happen to any of us at any time. At our local schools they have already begun collecting money to send to the kids left to help..I think it’s a wonderful how we can all reach out and want to reach out..hopefully some wonderful blessings will come from the tragedy..Thanks guys and gal now, for all the teamwork!

  3. Laura says:

    Debbie I have been wondering the same thing and just found this site.

    http://www.spc.noaa.gov/faq/tornado/ef-scale.html

  4. J.B. Elliott says:

    In this morning’s (Saturday Morning) Birmingham News, there are individual pictures of the eight Enterprise students that were killed. So painful to look at…such bright, young faces. Makes one pause and speculate what those young kids would have accomplished later in life. Could have been some great adults leaders among those eight.

  5. David says:

    I wonder if you could corrolate the paths of the radar generated warnings to the actual after-storm reports of tornado damage? Are they any missed by radar?

  6. Amber says:

    How do you send pictures to the web site???

  7. J. P. Spann says:

    I’m still surprised at the number of spin-ups along that squall line; it really enforces the idea that the tornado threat doesn’t end when cellular type setups become more linear.

  8. jennifer says:

    does anyone know how you can find out what neighborhoods in Adamsville were hit or what streets? My family is down there and we can’t find them (I’m in CT)

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