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Local agencies use lessons learned during April 27 storms

Posted: Wednesday, April 25, 2012 5:01 pm

The possibility of severe weather strikes fear in the hearts of many on Sand Mountain following two years of tornadoes and winter storms.

The road to recovery following the storms has been long and the scars from tornadoes can still be seen in Albertville, Guntersville and the surrounding areas.

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  • jiangpanda posted at 1:56 pm on Fri, Apr 27, 2012.

    jiangpanda Posts: 17

    Hey, did you hear the rumor about the butter?
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  • Hillbilly posted at 9:36 pm on Wed, Apr 25, 2012.

    Hillbilly Posts: 56

    Authorities need to go to; individuals can elect to receive updates about weather, etc. for free on their cell phone. Everyone doesn't have a smart phone but many more have cell phones. This would be the quickest way to get information out.