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After repeated warnings by the Weather Bureau, FEMA, Homeland Security, State, and local governments, the Marines were sent in to the HedgeApple RioGram RR towns, villages, farms and homes to evacuate the citizens, livestock, wildlife, and any other loose detail.



The situation is a projected four week torrential downfall of leaves, HedgeApples, twigs, and sticks onto the area. Leaf depth of up to 24 [scale] feet is anticipated. In past years, up to 500 HedgeApples have fallen.



A house to house, store to store search was made to ensure all citizens and living [?] creatures were safely evacuated. The Chief Operations Officer of HARGRR predicted that any that any little people remaining would face certain death and destruction when the Great Blower/Vac cleans up debris after the leaf and HedgeApple storm. In past years even vehicles and rail cars have suffered devastating damage when struck by falling HedgeApples.

This is a sad day indeed. The countryside looks soooooo empty.


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UPDATE NEWS:

After removing more than 16 - 80gal barrels of mulched leaves from the yard and RR, the HARGRR is once open for passenger and freight service.




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