Recovery efforts were underway Monday in Trumann (AR) after last week’s tornado, but things are going to be difficult as the fire station was destroyed, reports fox13memphis.com.
Despite the loss, officials say cleanup efforts are going better than expected. As of Monday morning, fewer than 1,000 customers remained without power. Plus, officials say there were no fatalities.
However, the report says that about 200 homes and buildings were destroyed. A community recovery effort is set for Saturday at 7 a.m.
TONIGHT: Trumann, AR, was one mid-South city ripped apart by a tornado Friday night, including one that came right through this fire station. 20 firefighters in the dept, 14 are volunteers. With 200+ homes damaged, the fire chief says there were no fatalities in the city. pic.twitter.com/R8eyT9wiEE— Kayla Solomon (@KSolomonReports) December 13, 2021
Tornado now Truman AR https://t.co/lVySFrv8sU— Jeff Piotrowski (@Jeff_Piotrowski) December 11, 2021
If you want to make monetary donations to help the town of Trumann and the people impacted by the recent tornado, please follow the link attached for information. https://t.co/Pk0lj9uABI pic.twitter.com/4LILh4hSdb— ADEM (@AR_Emergencies) December 14, 2021