Sunday, April 11, 1999

Did you hear the sirens?




        As the killer tornado approached Greater Cincinnati early Friday morning, did you hear the civil defense sirens that were triggered to warn of the dangerous storm? The Enquirer wants to hear from you today.

        Please include your name, neighborhood and a telephone number where you can be reached today. We will publish your story this week.

        • E-mail: readers@enquirer.com
        • Telephone: 381-2800, ext. 7010.
        • Fax: 768-8340 or 768-8011.
       



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PICKING UP THE PIECES
Pinpointing the damage in the Tristate
Homeowners sort out emotions, scattered memories
Where to donate, where to get help
Orphaned dog has broken pelvis, heart
Devoted pair died together
'When God calls, we must go'
Sirens not designed to penetrate buildings
- Did you hear the sirens?
New home, owners spared
Utility crews, municipal workers out in force
Volunteers offer goods, hands, time
Mother Nature's worst brings out the best in human nature
Church members shed tears, give thanks
Hoosiers pitch in to help neighbors
Insurance adjusters bring checks, reassuring words
Warren County took blow, too
One year later, Alabama tornado victims still rebuilding
Coping with the storm
Coping with the storm: Returning to your home