Hays County/San Marcos Relief

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ADRN is Ready to Respond:
Severe Storms Bring Chaos Overnight

Severe storms caused chaos across San Marcos and the Hays County area overnight on May 9. Sustained 80-mph winds tore through the area, pelting down baseball-sized hail and downing trees and power lines along the way. Updated assessments reported tornado activity off the highway.

Large amounts of debris litter various parts of the city, and neighborhoods were transformed overnight with piles of broken tree limbs now lining the sides of roads. One resident even experienced a tree crashing directly through their home.

Crews have been dispatched to start clearing the debris before repairs to the city can start.

ADRN is mobilizing prayer teams, and efforts to coordinate volunteers and requests for debris cleanup are under way.

 

IN CASE OF STORMS: Get Ready Now

Severe storms can happen without warning in our region. You and your family may need to evacuate at moment’s notice.

We strongly recommend that you prepare Grab & Go Bags for each family member as well as have a Family Evacuation Plan in place. Download free checklists for both of these today.

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