Storm In The Heartland (Part 3, page 4 of 5)


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Part 3

The city was holding a news release in front of city hall when a bomb exploded right inside of the city hall door and then a second one exploded right inside the door on the other side of the building. Emilly could do nothing but shake her head in disbelief because the town she was born and raised in had never been thisviolent before.Another insurance agent's office still standing from the storms was torched. After all of this the governor declared martial law and put a curvew into effect. Everyone was to be in their homes by eight thirty p,m, and farmers working their land nine thirty p.m.

The big stores in the town over had to either change their employees work schedules that live in mobile homes that FEMA brought in to help the situation of homelessness and to stop the violence or was given special passes that their management had to stamp when their shift ended and then that person had a half an hour to get home and when arriving in the city limits they were stopped and allowed to precede if they had that pass if not then they was taken into custody at least for the night or could turn around and go back to the town they came from

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