It's been one of those tragic kind of weeks, but it's nice to know that when you're in trouble you can count on your neighbours to lend a hand.
Here's a press release from the city about assistance being given for tornado-ravaged Goderich.
GUELPH, ON, August 24, 2011 – At the Town of Goderich's request, the City of Guelph will send two trucks with wood chippers and seven employees with expertise in forestry and roads to Goderich to help the town rebuild in the aftermath of Sunday's tornado.
Murray Cameron, General Manager, Parks Maintenance and Development says he expects City staff will be on the road by 3 p.m. today for the cleanup effort.
City of Guelph staff will help clean up debris and remove downed trees on side streets before moving onto arterial roads.