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Hannibal Storm, May 20, 2013

Hannibal Storm Damage [Photo Gallery]

On May 20, 2013, straight-line winds from severe storms resulted in significant damage to homes and businesses in Hannibal. Marion County Emergency Management Director John Hark estimated that "most" of the city, perhaps as much as 80%, was affected in some way by the storm. Power was out in parts of Hannibal for multiple days, and some residents reported that buying groceries in the city was difficult because so many businesses were closed due to the outage. See our photo gallery of damage from around America's Hometown.

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Hannibal Continues to Clean Up Following Storm, Flooding [Photo Gallery]

The City of Hannibal continues to clean up streets and properties, more than two weeks after a devastating storm downed trees, damaged buildings and knocked out power to thousands of residents. Flooding in the city has further complicated recovery efforts, as high waters led to the closing of the Flood Buyout Area on South Side, where many storm victims had brought limbs for disposal. A portion of that area has re-opened, though some of it remains underwater. 

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Douglas Community Services, Hannibal, Missouri
Kurt Parsons

Douglas Community Services Assessing Needs of Storm Victims

 

Douglas Community Services in Hannibal is holding assessment of what help is needed by residents following the recent storms. The assessment will be Friday, June 7, from 1 - 3 p.m. in the community room at Douglas Community Services. 

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Twain on Main Will Go on in Downtown Hannibal

The Twain on Main Festival will proceed as planned in Hannibal during Memorial Day Weekend.

“This year’s festival is gearing up to be even bigger and better than last year,” said Gail Bryant, Director of the Hannibal Convention & Visitors Bureau.  With the levee gates out there is plenty of public parking downtown and several special activities planned throughout the festival.  The stores and shops downtown as well as the festival vendors are looking forward to a very busy weekend.”

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Hannibal Officials Warn of Potential Scams

(HANNIBAL)—After the storm comes the cleanup and the scammers. Hannibal city officials encourage you to only hire credible, licensed companies and exercise caution before you hire.

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Power Restored to Several Parts of Hannibal – But There is Still Work to Do [Audio]

Over a hundred utility workers are busy restoring electric service around Hannibal. Lights went out shortly after 7:30 Monday evening as 80 to 100 mile per hour straight line winds roared through parts of town.

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Where Can You Buy Groceries in Hannibal? Power Outage Causes Problems For Shoppers

An extended power outage in Hannibal following the storm on May 20 made shopping for basic necessities in Hannibal a bit difficult. Some residents report having had difficulty in buying groceries because so many businesses were without power and closed.

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South Main Street Flood Buyout Area
Kurt Parsons

What Do You Do With Storm Debris? City of Hannibal Will Help Residents Clean Up

The City of Hannibal will be helping residents clean up from Monday night's devastating storm by providing curb-side cleanup for tree debris, but residents are asked not block streets and sidewalks with this material.

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Steps leading to the lighthouse in Hannibal, Missouri
Kurt Parsons

Marion County Emergency Management Director John Hark Comments on Hannibal Storm

Marion County Emergency Management Director John Hark made comments to the media regarding last night's severe storms that caused significant damage to the City of Hannibal. Hark says that an official call on whether or not the storm was a tornado has yet to be made, though weather experts are investigating. 

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Damage from storm in Monroe City, April 17, 2013
Kurt Parsons

Monroe City Storm Damage [Photo Gallery]

Following a bout of severe weather that passed through the area on Wednesday night, residents of Monroe City are now cleaning up debris scattered throughout the town. Monroe County was under a tornado warning on Wednesday, and Monroe County Sheriff's deputies report that a tornado did touch down south of Madison. 

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