Cell phone rings.
"I'm up here at (oldest couple in church)'s house. They really have a mess. Could you bring up your bucket truck?"
What am I going to do, say no?
"Do we need to bring a truck to haul with?"
"Probably would be a good idea"
So Aman and I loaded up and headed toward Marshall. I didn't take enough pictures. As we neared the first curve south of Marshall we saw a shed roof upside down. Across the road a metal tank was on its side up against a building. At the edge of town the old barn at Jane Strohm's no longer needed torn down, just picked up. The house had damages as well.
The south end of town kind of looked like a war zone. Trees down, buildings torn up, and it all looked like straight line winds, No rotation, everything fell the same direction.
Here are a couple views from the bucket truck.
East of town on Vine street a shed was scattered across a field.
Marshall Utilities assisted by City of Casey trucks were replacing over a half dozen poles on the highway just north of the first street in town.
You saw a lot of this around town
Oh, and I have proof Aman was working
We did what we could for them. There is still a big limb on the garage, but they were told it was best to leave it until the insurance adjuster could see it.
But as far as I know nobody was injured. And it looks like Marshall made out pretty well. Look here at some photos from around the Wabash Valley