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Fri March 16, 2012
Healing from a tornado, one hot dog at a time
People in Dexter are pulling together after Thursday’s tornado that destroyed or damaged more than a hundred homes and businesses
“Help yourselves…there’s chips….” Supermarket manager Gary Winters told a woman who rode out Thursday's tornado in her Dexter home. Winter spent his morning delivering water and snacks to emergency workers and construction contractors. By midday, he was turning hot dogs on the barbeque grill as people from the tornado ravaged subdivision next door line up.
He says giving away free food and water is the least they could do for their neighbors..
“Once you walk down there and see what actually happened last night," Winters pauses, "I don’t think…the pictures on the news really showed the amount of devastation down there.”
Everyone here says they are just grateful no one was seriously hurt or killed in the tornado.