Wichita, Kansas 2022-05-04 23:17:51 –
Andover, Kansas (KSNW) — Andover is on track for cleanup After a tornado hit the town on FridayBut it was a fight against the rain.
On Wednesday, part of Andover Road was flooded with rain all day long. Most recovery work has been put on hold due to rain, according to the forecast, but some companies have been working swiftly over the past few days to prepare for the weather and prevent further damage.
Continued rainfall on Wednesday soaked trees and houses destroyed by the Andover tornado.
“A lot of people have helped me here. I’m a man and shouldn’t be in tears,” said Dan Willis, a tornado-influenced house.
But so far, it rains for the first time in a few days, it rains, and some parts of the community do not have a regular army of volunteers.
“What we’re trying to do is that our customers and communities have already dealt with such tragedy and we want to take it home as long as it’s in that state or what they have inside.” , Using shield roofing, said Deven Phillips.
Philips is still in the area, despite free repairs this weekend and a tarpaulin-covered over 50 home rain check.
“With the impending rain and the arrival of light weather, you don’t want water to seep into your home after a loss,” Phillips said.
Willis lost part of the roof with a tornado and tried to hide it himself before asking for help. He said it made a big difference to the rain.
“It’s saving everything. That is, after the stormy night of the tornado, there was a terrible leak in the kitchen. I got some big gouges that just lacked the roof,” Willis said. Said.
If you are one of the many who want to help, the city of Andover wants you to postpone a day, partly because of the dampness. They said volunteering would continue on Friday.
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