“When we looked outside it was noon and the sky was absolutely black,” said Natalie Blackman a Grad School Student at
Theatre major Natalie Blackman of
“These hail storms started falling every few seconds and they were literally the size of a tennis ball and solid ice,” said Blackman. She goes on to say there is significant damage on campus and around town.
However according to reports the areas most severely impacted include Washington,
"As the damage is ascertained they will determine what the needs are and if we need to send more people or if we need to send our vehicles there will probably be a need for financial support and I would say at this point support for disaster relief is greatly appreciated,” said Heidi Ruster, from the American Red Cross’ Utah Region.
The American Red Cross says providing shelter, food and safety is their priority. As for Blackman she says she is grateful she is ok, but is concerned for others nearby.
“I feel really lucky that nothing worse happened here but I hope that enough aid gets to places like
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