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Bullhead City receives large shipment of food and water after storm

More than 20,000 kilos of food and water from St. Mary’s Food Bank had been despatched to Bullhead City in a single day Tuesday, the place many residents have been with out energy and operating water for a number of days following highly effective storms Sunday evening.

“With no power and in many cases no running water for several days and counting, St. Mary’s responded to a plea for bottled water, fruits, vegetables, bread, peanut butter and jelly and wide variety of snack items and other foods,” the food financial institution mentioned in an announcement.

“We remain in contact with our partners in Bullhead City and stand ready to send more food and water as the situation evolves and if the need persists.”

City officers mentioned a storm packing wind gusts of 60 mph hit round 6:30 p.m. Sunday, and in a information launch, space service supplier Mohave Electric Cooperative reported microbursts of as much as 80 mph. 

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