In Kingwood, people are dealing with the damage that extreme weather can cause.
Susana Salazar said: “It feels like yesterday.
Although it’s been 10 days since an EF-1 tornado caused significant damage in her Kingwood neighborhood, Salazar said the feelings of fear and anxiety are still intact.
“I’ve never experienced anything as dramatic as that,” Salazar said.
The 90 mph winds tore up the trees on the roof of her house and her husband’s car. They live along a stretch of Hamblen Road, where the National Weather Service says the most significant damage has occurred.
Employees are still cleaning the streets while Salazar waits for work to begin at her home.
“Insurance booked us into an apartment, like an apartment complex. It was really small, and they said it would be anywhere from three to six months before we could return home.” , she said.
Her policy will cover repairs, but for now, Salazar said she hopes the damage won’t get worse as severe weather unfolds Wednesday night.
“You don’t know if it’s one of those things where you’re thinking it’s going to rain, and then suddenly, something else is about to fall… I just want everything back to normal, sure, ” she said.
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