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Facebook Page Aims to Return Items to Tornado Victims

A group on Facebook has created a page to link the belongings of Thursday’s tornadoes victims to their belongings including photos, documents, and other personal stuff been blown away in the storm.

Facebook Tornadoes Victims

The page, “Pictures and Documents found after the April 27, 2011 Tornadoes,” allows fans to post photographs of the things they have found along with their email addresses aiming that they will reach the right owners.

Created on Friday at 5:30 p.m., the page already has over 60,000 likes and counting displaying more than 800 images of the items found. The purpose of the page is simple:

“Please post pictures or pictures of other items that were found as debris after the 4/27/2011 tornadoes,” it reads. “Please leave a brief description of how someone can find you if they identify pictures or items that belong to them.”


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Patty Bullion, the Admin of the page said that she got the inspiration when the Wednesday’s storm flew past about 10 miles from her home in northern Alabama.

“When it went over us, it literally just started raining pictures,” she said. “We got parts of Bibles, hymnals. … I just started saying, ‘There are parts of people’s lives falling out of the sky.’ “

Let us all pray for the safety of the tornadoes victims and hope that their precious belongings reach them. Also we appreciate the efforts of Parry Bullion in this regard.

If you have found a photo, or a document, you can post the photo directly at: Pictures and Documents found after the April 27, 2011 Tornadoes

Via CNN

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