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The Marshall News Messenger from Marshall, Texas • Page 7

Marshall, Texas
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Torhado-tluts 1 0-Mile Pa th Of Destruction Across bounty i :r.m saser' UJ i was hit The Fugler Addition, one mile south of Interstate 20 on Farm Road 2199, hardest by the early morning tornado The David Todd home was heavily damaged by the A splintered pine barely missed a bicycle that twister. escaped undamaged. Jk. i The east-bound lane of Interstate 20 was partially blocked most of the day by a truck loaded with meat that was overturned by the tornado 1 MARSHALL NEWS MESSENGER IB Monday, October 23, 1972 Neighbors help members of the Harold Ratcllff family sift through the rubble that was once their home 'b 5 Trees were blown down and a large pleasure barge overturned at the David Todd residence. A board was driven through the deck of the barge and Its motor was torn from its mount: An isolated wooded area was laid to waste as the twister sliced a 10-mile path through Harrison County photos by frank mc connell The twister tore part of the roof from a hay barn at the Rocking Ranch ust south of U.S. Hwy. 80, left, strewing hay and tin for about a quarter of a mile before disappearing as quickly as it had formed. I -i v.

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