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Before, During and After a Tornado

Our hearts are heavy with grief for the families in Grandbury, TX and in Oklahoma who have seen such devistation in the last weeks due to tornadic activity.  Southeast Texas doesn't see many tornadoes and we typically don't see much hail; unfortunately, this spring has been much different.  And, since a storm strong enough to produce hail is also strong enough to spawn tornadoes, it seems fitting to share the following tips from FEMA about what to do before, during and after a tornado.


Click HERE to find out what you can do to prepare yourself and your family in the event of a tornado.


If your family has been touched by the recent tragedies, please know that you are in our hearts and prayers.  If you would like to help make a dontation to the Oklahoma tornado victims, our friends at Fort Bend Toyota are currently collecting food, water and clothing.  Trailers of items collected will be forwarded to the victims as fast as they can be collected.  

Stieber Insurance Group, LLC
515 FM 359 RD, STE 104
Richmond, Texas 77406

Posted 1:51 PM

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