Gov. Rauner visits tornado victims in Fairdale, Illinois

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FAIRDALE, Ill. -- For the second time in about a week, Gov. Bruce Rauner is visiting the tornado victims in Fairdale on Friday.

He's helping the Red Cross hand out food to the victims. He's also meeting with impacted families.

He's calling on the public to continue to donate to the Red Cross and Salvation Army.

 

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3 comments

  • Zebra Stripes

    This reminds me of when Cheney went to New Orleans after the hurricane. Neither could care less about the victims.

  • sally

    Please consider FEMA assistance. Just to help the people with their homes at least, the state and counties can recieve help too. I am not completely sure how it all works but it is worth looking in to. Helpful thoughts and peaceful dreams to all affected. Hoping for quick recovery and less severe weather for the remainder of spring.

  • Christina Tobler

    Completly offended by him. He comes up to my family and thanks us for what we are doing here. What? Our family home was destroyed and you want to thank us. Maybe you should ask a question before you just start running your mouth. Yoy want to help. Then help pick up a rake and help. Help us. Dont come to a disaster area in dress pants. Come ready to help and work. Handing out food when I didnt see any of that.
    A little offended.