Pittsburgh Vows To Rise Again After Being Devastated By Mild Flurries

The horrific scene on Liberty Avenue downtown this morning.

(Pittsburgh, PA) Mayor Peduto made an impassioned plea to band together and rebuild the city today, after gentle wafting precipitation wreaked havoc throughout its neighborhoods.

Pittsburghers have sought strength from each other just as they did in the far-less-damaging Blizzard of ’93. Often the simple act of sharing horror stories can offer the best kind of cathartic healing.

“I thought I might have to use the brush on my car this morning, but a light gush of wind blew the flakes off at the last minute. Hopefully the night sweats will diminish over time.”

Even President Trump is helping, promising emergency relief through FEMA by declaring Southwestern Pennsylvania a Federal Disaster Area.

“It’s the least I can do given the snowfall is much greater in Pittsburgh than in DC, just like my inauguration crowd was much larger than Obama’s.”

Those caught outside in the devastation are advised to remain calm and bat the snow off their clothing should any accumulate.

2 Comments on "Pittsburgh Vows To Rise Again After Being Devastated By Mild Flurries"

  1. I just saw where a tornado hit Braddock. It did $20 Million Dollars worth of improvements.

  2. Bryan Warren | March 15, 2017 at 2:01 pm | Reply

    The Swedish embassy may have helpful advice here……..

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