East Texas man died when a tree falls on home
ByFunAsia 06 Apr 2022 09:26 AM 110
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A tornado didn't cause harm in the Tyler region that killed a 71-year-elderly person, yet the breezes were similarly just about as solid as one.

W.M. Solomon passed on when a tree fell on his home at a trailer park in Whitehouse, around 10 miles outside of Tyler.

The National Weather Service says strong downburst winds caused the harm. It was anything but a cyclone, yet the 100 miles each hour downburst twists became dangerous.

The storms tore through Whitehouse in Smith County short-term. It was a frightening occasion for those residing at a manufactured home and RV park.

"It raised the trailer a few feet and hindered us in," said neighbor Ron Roan. "Furthermore, we needed to have the local group of fire-fighters come cut things out so we can get out."

The people who endure are devastated about Solomon's passing, their companion and neighbor.

"He was the best neighbor you could want, and we'll miss him," said Gary Richey.

Neighbors say Solomon, or Bubba, was remaining in the trailer now and then not to upset his better half while he gets up ahead of schedule for work.

"We lost a resident of Whitehouse, and we're grieving over that misfortune," said Whitehouse Mayor James Wansley.

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