Jeff Kidd - tornado

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Jeff Kidd - tornado - 25 Victims Of Tornado [n Hospital...
25 Victims Of Tornado [n Hospital .mke^'prfbin^Ih ~r dT^! w«l«.«rf.» .JL/T,?,! ^"!; .' lhc Wednesday counted three dead and as many as 60 injured from Castro tornado which swept through the ' da - little community of Sunnyside''TM Tuesday nipht. Twenty - five persons remained In hospitals. The tornado destroyed the Baptist church where 75 persons gathered for a brotherhood meeting. Automobile? Bt the church were piled atop each other and gave the scene the appearance of a junkyard. The tornado was part of a viol fd f east as far as Fort Worth and ' ·outh to the Rio Grande Valley. I | of lent weep of weather that rd from near Ihe New Killed at Sunnyside were T. B. Hogan, 51, a ginner; Nona Belh . n March Phelan, 12, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F.arl Phelan; and J. B. Kidd, ; ' 15, Plalnview,.a lay leader visiting the Sunnyside church. Rescuers at the scene at one time reported a fourth death, but the victim was only injured. Thirty - two persons were treat-1 «d at hospitals. | ' A rescue team of officers and : c 40 volunteers sifted the debris of j 4(b ° ln the West Texas village between'- F - m P lo Lublwck and Amarillo without. to 5I ' 407 finding further victims. | Wa Re nnd Seventy - five persons were in ; rc P°rted me of the church or in the immediate vicinity when the tornado was sighted. Mrs. C. M. fingers, wife of the pastor, spotted the tornado cloud ] and sounded the alarm. Her husband lold Ihe congrcga Turn 10 Page I I , See SEVEN i with 4280 J' j drod

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  1. The Galveston Daily News,
  2. 14 Apr 1960, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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