The News Review:
- NWS confirms tornado touched down in Dundalk
- n hold: razing of Bolivar church hit by hurricane (w/video)
- Alabama May Not Take as Many Hurricane Evacuees
NWS confirms tornado touched down in Dundalk
Steven Zubricks an NWS science officer said wind speed of a maximum of 70 mph during the storm that struck the southeast Baltimore County community shortly before 5:30 p. was consistent with an EF-0 rated tornado the minimum rating. The storm caused more than 70000 outages throughout the metro area most of which have been restored.
n hold: razing of Bolivar church hit by hurricane (w/video)
write(“flashcontent25737165001″); GALVESTN — Parishioners in the only Catholic church left standing on the Bolivar Peninsula after Hurricane Ike obtained a restraining order Tuesday preventing the Galveston-Houston Archdiocese from demolishing the church building. State District Judge John Ellisor granted a temporary restraining order halting demolition of ur Mother of Mercy Church in Port Bolivar that began Monday Galveston attorney Chris Bertini said. Workers had already removed the church’s stained-glass windows and razed a community center maintenance shed and barbecue shack. The judge also ordered the archdiocese to allow parishioners to examine documents that they believe gives them a say in whether the building can be demolished. “I think the issue could probably resolve itself by week’s end if the diocese would sit down and talk to us” Bertini said.
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Alabama May Not Take as Many Hurricane Evacuees
He says he wants to make sure shelter space is available for Alabama residents. Riley says the state will be particularly cautious about filling shelters if there’s a chance another hurricane could affect the Alabama coast. Bay County Emergency perations Director Mark Bowen doesn’t think this is cause for concern. Riley is trying to send people a message about personal hurricane preparedness. if (self['plpm'] && plpm['Mid-Story Ad']) document.