Central Florida Tornado
On January 17 at around 4 a.m. a tornado tore its way through Sarasota and Manatee Counties in south central Florida killing two people and injuring four children. The tornado was rated as an EF-2 by the National Weather Service with 127 mph winds. It ripped the house of two Steven and Kelli Wilson to pieces, and left their four grandchildren under debris. The children were rescued by their father, and thankfully they only received injuries.
It’s a shame when something like this happens, and we send our regards and compassion to the Wilson family. As we all know, tornadoes are a force to be reckoned with. Their unpredictable travel paths and immense destructive capabilities make being prepared extremely important for you, your families, and your property. Our Tornado Bunkers and Storm Safe rooms are an excellent option to protect your family from natural disasters just like this one.
Our steel safe rooms can be built anywhere on your property, be it above around, underground or even within the building plans of your home. Keep your family safe from disasters like this.
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