May 8, 2014
Jacob Ortiz, of Thunderground Storm Shelters, puts the finishing touches on a hole for a storm shelter installation in the garage of a residence in Oklahoma City. Last year’s deadly tornadoes, which killed more than 30 people, scared Oklahomans in a way that previous storms had not, moving them to add tornado shelters or reinforced safe rooms to their homes. In fact, surging demand has overwhelmed companies that build the shelters.
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