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Buesing and Bengtson answer call

By: Sheila Crowley, staff writer

June 12, 2013

Suzie Buesing and Eden Bengtson pose for a photo before beginning cleanup in Oklahoma. 
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Suzie Buesing and Eden Bengtson pose for a photo before beginning cleanup in Oklahoma.
Tornado ravished Oklahoma
While many residents of our local communities were crumbling about the dreary and rainy days here, two young ladies hopped a van and headed to Swawnee, Oklahoma. An F4 tornado, which was on the ground for 20 miles, traveled from around Lake Thunderbird all the way to an area just north of Interstate 40. It destroyed a number of houses, ripped apart trees and killed two people. Preliminary data shows the tornado that caused damage in Shawnee was an EF4 twister with wind speeds from 166 to 200 miles per hour

Suzie Buesing a 2011 graduate of Murray County Central, along Eden Bengtson, who graduated less than a month ago, were part of a 10-person crew which traveled to the devastated area.

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