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Storms that blasted through Ohio with powerful winds and large hail have left destruction at an Ohio State University campus in northeast Ohio, flipped over mobile homes and injured several people. Full Story
Jennifer

United States

#1 Sep 17, 2010
My thoughts and prayers goes out to everyone that was affected by this major storm that swept through ohio...God Bless
Tiffany

Marysville, OH

#2 Sep 17, 2010
I live in the Harlem rd/ Gorsuch rd. area of Westerville, and I honestly believe that a tornado went through here yesterday about 5pm. Suddenly I heard a loud train like sound and it was raining so hard and the wind was blowing so fast that all I could see was whiteness outside. I live in a tiny house with only 4 rooms, no basement, and no central hallways. I grabbed my dogs and took cover in the bath tub with couch coushions on top of me. I have never been so scared in my entire life! It only lasted maybe 5 minutes. I do not believe that this tornado touched down, but I know something happened over here! I have leaves, branches and pine needles all over the place outside, but no major damage. Did anyone in this area expierence what I did yesterday?
Tiffany

Marysville, OH

#3 Sep 17, 2010
My post states Im from Mansfield, that is incorrect, I am from the Westerville/Galena area of Ohio.
colleen

Columbus, OH

#4 Sep 17, 2010
I live near tarlton were the tornado formed and my mother was standing on the back deck when she saw corn stocks flying and swerling and we all saw one touch down and suck right back up into the sky.well, after that we went down the road maybe a mile or so and we saw grain bins fliped over and it was horrible!!!!
Tea Party

Columbus, OH

#5 Sep 17, 2010
Don't cry to the government to clean it up. Owning property means you own the risk if it is damaged. You may choose to buy quality insurance, or you may choose crummy insurance. If you chose the latter, don't come crying to the "Gubment" to bail you out. No taxes, no government, Tea Party is comin' to town!!!!
Peg McMahon

Columbus, OH

#6 Sep 17, 2010
The damage was to the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center. The Agricultural Technical Institute, which is next to OARDC received minimal damage.
outcast

United States

#7 Sep 17, 2010
Once again best wishes and prayers to all of the areas hit last night,especially Meigs Co. which had several people injured,homes and property destroyed.The rest of the state would'nt know this though because.....OHIO do'nt claim us and WVa. do'nt want us. Special prayers to the family of the man killed by this tornado across the river from Meigs Co. in Bellville WVa.
Turdnado

Columbus, OH

#8 Sep 18, 2010
outcast wrote:
Once again best wishes and prayers to all of the areas hit last night,especially Meigs Co. which had several people injured,homes and property destroyed.The rest of the state would'nt know this though because.....OHIO do'nt claim us and WVa. do'nt want us. Special prayers to the family of the man killed by this tornado across the river from Meigs Co. in Bellville WVa.
That county is full of welfare queens. The best thing we could do for folks down there is end all food stamps, welfare etc. so the people down there could learn the work ethic. Those bums live off of the taxes collected in Columbus from people who get up and go to work every day.
outcast

United States

#9 Sep 19, 2010
Turdnado wrote:
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That county is full of welfare queens. The best thing we could do for folks down there is end all food stamps, welfare etc. so the people down there could learn the work ethic. Those bums live off of the taxes collected in Columbus from people who get up and go to work every day.
I agree we have more than our share of parasites but do'nt paint us all with one brush a lot of us have worked all our lives to get what we have.
shana

Elizabeth, NJ

#10 Sep 19, 2010
why does it matter about welfare and food stamps? this a severe storm/tornado. some people have no hearts. and you will go to hell for that. alot of the rich people are born into money while alot of people have to work their way up.
shana

Elizabeth, NJ

#11 Sep 19, 2010
post says i am in delaware...i am definitely in ATHENS COUNTY.
Someone

Dublin, OH

#12 Sep 19, 2010
Turdnado wrote:
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That county is full of welfare queens. The best thing we could do for folks down there is end all food stamps, welfare etc. so the people down there could learn the work ethic. Those bums live off of the taxes collected in Columbus from people who get up and go to work every day.
It's better than living in Columbus where you idiots shoot each other every other day.
outcast

United States

#13 Sep 20, 2010
The National Weather Service confirmed the tornado that hit Meigs Co. was an EF 3.
dukey stain

Pickerington, OH

#14 Sep 22, 2010
chicken nuggets

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