Lots of damage here on Case Street in Jefferson City. Broken utility poles, downed trees, caved in roofs. pic.twitter.com/e1cmEYbYiK— Crystal Thomas (@bycrystalthomas) May 23, 2019
This is the damaged Missouri Division of Employment Security Office and debris at Jackson and Dunklin streets in Jefferson City. Please allow crews room to do their work. #MoWx #JeffersonCity pic.twitter.com/uJvQOhMERl— MO Public Safety (@MoPublicSafety) May 23, 2019
@MSHPTrooperF is in Jefferson City assisting @JeffCityPolice and Cole County Sheriff Dept. after tonight’s tornado. If you are NOT affected, please avoid the area. You will see several power lines down in these pictures. Treat them as though they are live. #MoWx pic.twitter.com/JHyNNfDX8F— MSHP Troop F (@MSHPTrooperF) May 23, 2019
Law office first floor conference room. Why it is a bad idea to be near windows in a high wind storm or tornado like this one. All windows in this room are blown out and shards of glass sit in piles on the table. #JeffersonCityTornado #mowx pic.twitter.com/DOHpT0O8o2— Meghan Danahey (@MeghanDanahey) May 23, 2019
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