BSA Patients Take Shelter During Tornado Warning

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When the tornado warning for Potter County, including the city of Amarillo was issued, BSA moved patients away from the windows and into the hallways, according to Lori James, the Marketing and Communications Specialist at BSA Health System.

The visitors in the waiting areas were moved into the basement.

Everything was back to normal about 45 minutes after the tornado warning expired.

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