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Feeling Eureka's pain

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This past Tuesday evening, the city of Eureka took a direct hit from a tornado. No one was killed, but eight people were injured, two critically, and 175 structures were damaged, according to reports. This comes less than two years after the town was hit by a tornado in July 2016.
The residents of Barton County — and perhaps all longtime Kansans — can empathize with the people of Eureka.

The Hoisington tornado of 2001 resulted in one fatality along with 28 injuries. According to the National Weather Service, 200 homes and businesses were destroyed and 85 homes were severely damaged.
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