Stephenville Public Library offers safety shelter

Stephenville Public Library served as a public safety shelter for residents and their pets during Sunday's dangerous storms. || Courtesy Virginia Abel

Photos courtesy VIRGINIA ABEL

Stephenville Public Library is one of several area facilities that opened their doors to the public and served as a safety shelter during Sunday’s dangerous storms. According to Stephenville resident Virgina Abel, approximately 500 people and pets gathered at the library.

Stephenville Public Library served as a public safety shelter for residents and their pets during Sunday's dangerous storms. || Courtesy Virginia Abel
Stephenville Public Library served as a public safety shelter for residents and their pets during Sunday’s dangerous storms. || Courtesy Virginia Abel
Stephenville Public Library served as a public safety shelter for residents and their pets during Sunday's dangerous storms. || Courtesy Virginia Abel
Stephenville Public Library served as a public safety shelter for residents and their pets during Sunday’s dangerous storms. || Courtesy Virginia Abel
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Stephenville Public Library served as a public safety shelter for residents and their pets during Sunday's dangerous storms. || Courtesy Virginia Abel
Stephenville Public Library served as a public safety shelter for residents and their pets during Sunday’s dangerous storms. || Courtesy Virginia Abel
Stephenville Public Library served as a public safety shelter for residents and their pets during Sunday's dangerous storms. || Courtesy Virginia Abel
Stephenville Public Library served as a public safety shelter for residents and their pets during Sunday’s dangerous storms. || Courtesy Virginia Abel

 

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Stephenville Public Library served as a public safety shelter for residents and their pets during Sunday's dangerous storms. || Courtesy Virginia Abel
Stephenville Public Library served as a public safety shelter for residents and their pets during Sunday’s dangerous storms. || Courtesy Virginia Abel

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