Second Morning of Service
Fifty-five supporters from the college that was established in '55 showed up on a wet morning to help with tornado relief again. They split up into three groups, many of them heading east of Branson to more rural areas were tree remains delivered even greater damage. At this site the front step remains in tact while the home sits upside down and demolished 20 yards to the north.
Piles are created for metal, wood, tree limbs, and other as part of the cleanup procedure.
Downed power lines often provide the clearest picture of the strongest path of the tornado. The volunteers at this site and the other two were forced to turn in the towel around 11 a.m. when increasingly steady rains soaked them out..