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Camo tape on a plastic box, outside the fence, an easy Park & Grab, site has property owners permission and cooperation.
A level one tornado blew through this part of Bryan in 2003 without advance warning, leaving considerable property damage, but no injuries. A large oak tree was broken off, picked up and hurled against another nearby oak tree, and limbs were broken off as the flying tree fell to the ground. The photo shows the result then, but only a stump remains now, and the nearby large oak tree shows gaps where limbs once were. You can also see a dented nearby fence rail. On-street parking is available. Wheelchair access if able to move up a slight grassy incline, pick up a ground level cache.
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- Across creek, flying tree damaged the house roof.
- Across street, a tree top from several lots away
- Tornado felled tree October 2003A tornado came through this part of Bryan with no advance warning with considerable property damage, but there were no injuries nor any fatalities.
Last Updated: on 2/6/2017 8:04:25 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (4:04 PM GMT)
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