The last couple of days Chillicothe has been pummeled with wind, rain, hail and crazy weather. The straight line winds which coursed through our little town left quite a wake, espeically in the north end of town.
Though we as a crew have been unable to help as a group with clean up there have been scouts all over town lending a hand. Between the power lines snapped in two and the dozens of trees ripped from the earth there’s quite a little mess. Monday early morning knocked power out of half the city and closed the entire school district. The roads were flooded and delayed getting to and from work.
The really wonderful thing about living in a small town: your volunteer fire department, your police department and the community as a whole. Everyone working together to remove debris and picking up the pieces to start another day.
Kudos to the members of Crew 91 who were out and about lending a hand. And a huge thank you to the men and women of our volunteer fire department and the police department for their relentless services.