Locals Help Out Tornado Victims In Lincoln County

Pictured L to R: Howard Moorehead, Deputy Chief Phil Duncan and Alderman Sandy Lindeman

Pictured L to R: Howard Moorehead, Deputy Chief Phil Duncan and Alderman Sandy Lindeman

Three days was all that was needed for local people to answer the request for relief supplies for Lincoln County. Monday, Tullahoma Alderman Sandy Lindeman accompanied Deputy Chief Phil Duncan to the designated Lincoln County Relief Center to donate the supplies that were collected in Tullahoma.
“They were grateful to receive the supplies,” said Sandy Lindeman. We learned that 150-200 homes were damaged, and approximately fifty were completely destroyed.”

Pictured L to R: Deputy Chief Phil Duncan, Alderman Sandy Lindeman, Assistant EMA Director Kathy Hovis and EMA Director Mike Hall

Pictured L to R: Deputy Chief Phil Duncan, Alderman Sandy Lindeman, Assistant EMA Director Kathy Hovis and EMA Director Mike Hall

“One of the current needs is for basic first aid items and basic medication. Items such as ibuprofen, band aids, alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, sunscreen and bug spray,” said Lincoln County Director of EMA, Mike Hall. Additional items include wheel barrows, gloves and rakes.
If residents want to donate supplies, they are being received at the Temporary Lincoln County Relief Center located at 2626 Huntsville Highway, Fayetteville, TN 37334.