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Tornado Recovery Continues In Washington, Indiana

Clean-up continued Tuesday in storm ravaged areas, including in Washington, Indiana.
Clean-up continued Tuesday in storm ravaged areas, including in Washington, Indiana.

Washington Mayor Joe Wellman has some important information about the clean-up.

People should put trees, limbs, metal and lumber in separate piles next to the street for pick-up.

A city trash truck will also be available on Thursday for people to drop off trash. According to the mayor's office, it will be at Lemon and Fourth Street from 8 AM to 10 AM. Then it will be at Meridian and Sycamore from 10 AM to noon.

Burning debris in city limits is not allowed. The Indiana Department of Environmental Management will release burning guidelines in the coming days for those living city limits.

The mayor's office released this other information:

- People affected by the tornado who need anything are asked to go to the Assembly of God Church on Meridian Street. Volunteers can also go there to register and get a wristband.

- Cash donations to help families can be made to the Daviess County United Way and dropped off at Home Building Savings Bank or mailed to P.O. Box 224. Mark your check with the word "tornado".

- Feed My Sheep is accepting cash donations and they have a drop off barrel at 601 Oak Street for non-perishable food items, toiletries, and paper good donations.

- People who need furniture or who want to donate furniture can contact Daviess County Partnership-Connections at 812-257-2650.

- Clothing donations can be made to St. Vincent DePaul or Goodwill.
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