After the storm, the support of the community left the Hara family at a loss

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After the storm that struck Sona State on Sunday night, a family in Hara woke up on Monday with incredible damage. The Beam family showed KOCO 5 one of several chicken houses, which were protected from the effects of the storm. The Beams said they are grateful to their 4-year-old son for the first alert. “They said,’Turn into a tornado warning.’ I mean, our house is not that big. So, when she arrived in the room, (she) said, “We need to go. “It’s here,” Craig Beam said. The Liang family is grateful that they can take refuge at home at the last minute. “If we didn’t make the right decision there, there was a tree in our cellar. We could have been killed by a tree,” Liang said. >> Related: The community cleaned up after Anadarko was devastated by a severe storm. Thankfully, Liang is safe. However, their family farm was destroyed. “Our chicken coop is here,” Beam said. “This feeder is next to my car. It’s for the goats to put hay.” A storm on Sunday night blew the chicken coop away, and the trailer and shelter were blown away a few yards away. Beams tries to save as many animals as possible. “They were just scared for their lives. We made a small pet cage and put them there,” Beam said. Three of Beam’s chickens did not survive, and the whereabouts of the others remain unknown. Fortunately, their six-day-old goats named Double Stuff and Pepper were not harmed. >> On Sunday, several tornado warning storms passed through Oklahoma, including the Oklahoma subway, and Beams was overwhelmed. “Man, it’s difficult,” Beam said. “The community has reached out to us. These people came here for free to help us. Someone bought lunch for all our workers.” After hearing the damage, several people came out to help. “These people reached out to help me. This is crazy,” Beam said. “They no longer make them better, almost nothing. It’s hard to get people to help for free. It doesn’t make sense.” Beams is now working hard to rebuild their family farm.

On Monday night, a Harrah family woke up on Monday to find incredible damage after the storm that hit Sooner State.

The Beam family showed KOCO 5 one of several chicken coops away from the impact of the storm. The Beams said they are grateful that their 4-year-old son received the alert for the first time.

“They said,’Turn into a tornado warning.’ I mean, our house is not that big. So, when she arrived in the room, (she) said, “We need to go. “It’s here,” Craig Beam said.

The Beams are grateful that they can take refuge at home at the last minute.

“If we didn’t make the right decision there, there was a tree in our cellar. We might be killed by a tree,” Beam said.

>> Related: Community cleanup after severe storm caused damage in Anadarko

Thankfully, Liang is safe. However, their family farm was destroyed.

“Our chicken coop is sitting here,” Beam said. “This feeder is next to my car. It’s for goats. It’s used to put hay.”

The storm on Sunday night blew the chicken coop down, and the trailer and shelter were blown away a few yards away. Beams tries to save as many animals as possible.

“They are just scared for their lives. We bought a small pet cage and put them there,” Beam said.

Three of Beams’ chickens did not survive, and the whereabouts of the others are still unknown. Fortunately, their six-day-old goats, named Double Stuff and Pepper, were not harmed.

>> On Sunday, several tornado warning storms passed through Oklahoma, including the Oklahoma Metro

The beam was overwhelmed.

“Man, it’s difficult,” Beam said. “The community has contacted us. These people came here for free to help us. Someone bought lunch for all our workers.”

After hearing the loss, several people showed up to help.

“These people reached out to help me. This is crazy,” Beam said. “They stop making them better, almost nothing. It’s hard to get people to help for free. It doesn’t make sense.”

The Liang family is now working hard to rebuild their family farm.

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