KXLY4 STORM TEAM COVERAGE OF THE DAMAGE LEFT BEHIND
BY THOSE STORMS THAT TORE THROUGH THE INLAND NORTHEST.
THE HARDEST HIT .
JUST MIGHT BE RIVERSIDE VILLAGE MOBILE HOME PARK.
NORTH OF SPOKANE.
WHERE MORE THAN 40 FAMILIES HAVE BEEN DISPLACED.
A RED CROSS SHELTER IS IN PLACE TONIGHT AT RIVERSIDE
ALEX LE FRIEC HAS A LOOK AT THE DEVASTATION...
Residents here say the storm lasted just minutes but
the damage caused could take months to recover from.
IT LOOKS LIKE A NATURAL DISASTER ZONE.
LOGS AND DEBRIS SLICED THEIR WAY THROUGH 44 HOMES
IN RIVERSIDE WASHINGTON EARLIER TONIGHT, THE BYPRODUCT
OF FEIRCE WINDS AND PUNISHING HAIL.
AMAZINGLY, NO ONE WAS HURT.
POWER IN RIVERSIDE IS NON-EXISTENT AND RESIDENTS EXPECT
TO BE WITHOUT IT FOR A LEAST A FEW DAYS.
CLEAN UP EFFORTS HAVE ALREADY BEGUN AND THOSE AFFECTED
BY THE STORM SAY THE SUPPORT THEY'VE RECEIVED FROM
FRIENDS AND NIEGHBORS HAS BEEN TREMENDOUS.
All the men made sure that women we're ok.
If we seen a tree go down we made sure that house
That's the thing, I mean within seconds, as you can
see there's still people lined up out here and we
all started working together.
FIRE CREWS DID NOT ISSUE MANDATORY EvaCUATIONS FOR
THE PARK BUT SAY MANY TREES ARE STILL UNSTABLE SO
THOSE CHOOSING TO STICK AROUND SHOULD USE EXTREME
Residents tell me they hope to hold a large prayer
service tomorrow morning and begin rebuilding their
Reporting in Riverside tonight, Alex Lefriec, KXLY-4