Limestone Response

Mel Johnson, Alabama Baptist Disaster Relief strategist has been in contact with disaster relief leadership in Limestone Association this morning (Tuesday, June 10, 2014) regarding severe damage resulting from an evening storm system on Monday, June 9. Initial assessments indicate that teams local to District 1 will be able to mitigate this response and are currently engaged. Additional support has been placed on alert status and is ready to respond as needed.

Please continue to keep the disaster response teams and impacted residents in your prayers as communities are still recovering from the April 28 tornado systems that took place six weeks ago.

Additional information will be communicated as it becomes available here at https://sbdr.org/blog.

As always, stay up to date by following Alabama Baptist Disaster Relief on Twitter at @alsbomdr and on Facebook at facebook.com/alsbomdr.

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