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Tornado Damages Homes in our Neighborhood

Wednesday evening (around 6:15 pm) a tornado did damage to many as 12 homes south of Pleasant Grove and Market. Fortunately the damage was light for most. The Roseville Fire Department on scene immediately.They stayed until all involved were checked for injuries, homes with damage were made safe to occupy, and wrote initial damage reports that residents can use with their insurance company.

The great news was no injuries -- no one was displaced from their home.

This morning I received an email from Mayor Rohan asking what the city could do to help those affected by the tornado. I suggested debris bins and the city is going to be supplying debris bins near the affected homes for the large pieces of fence and roof tiles or other damaged large debris.

A big THANK YOU to the Mayor and city for doing this.

As well a equally big Thank You goes out to the Fire Department and Chief James, Captain Titus (and his crew of engine 9), as well as the other fire companies that responded and took measures to keep everyone safe.

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The Fiddyment Farm Neighborhood Association is NOT an HOA and there are no fees or dues. We are here to:
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