Fundraiser gone bad! In the basement of Anheuser-Bush Brewery. Thank you for keeping us safe. pic.twitter.com/vpx6C6bkyB— Jay Nelson 🇺🇸 (@Jay_Nelson2020) June 28, 2018
St. Louis tornado warning: Everyone at Fields Foods, including me and my wife, is being sent into the cooler in the back of the store to take shelter. #stlwx— Mike Faulk (@Mike_Faulk) June 28, 2018
Rider Alert: Due to severe weather, MetroLink trains are currently holding in place in safe locations until the storm passes. Passengers may experience delays of up to 30 minutes at this time.— Metro (@STLMetro) June 28, 2018
The most Midwest shit I’ve ever seen is the fact that I am at a bar & the tornado sirens went off, & not a single person left the bar. #stlwx— Amanda M. (@akmeeks) June 28, 2018
This storm has left behind so much debris in this Spanish Lake community. We’ve seen down basketball goals, tree limbs, portions of roofs being blown off and down tees. pic.twitter.com/rKJbqJlJXn— Ashli Lincoln KMOV (@AshliLincoln) June 28, 2018
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