Highschool soccer crew helps Weld County rancher hit by twister – CBS Denver

WELD COUNTY, Colorado (CBS4) – The Roosevelt High School football team traveled from Johnstown to do double duty at Ulrich Farms in Platteville after a tornado struck the small town.

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“I got here asap and started helping,” said Tucker Peterson, a Roosevelt High School student. “We got the notification that they needed help here and we were all ready to go. We left the weight room and drove here. “

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David Smith lives on the property. His house is now a total loss.

“The funnel cloud came through very slowly and you could see the debris and soon you couldn’t see the house,” said Smith. “You could just cry. All you can do is cry. “

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Ulrich farm owner Rex Beall lost some cattle, buildings and a workshop. He knows it could have been worse.

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“I thought, ‘Clean up for a week just to clean this stuff and the shrapnel where we can get semi-finished products and get food back here,'” Beall said. “We did it with so many people in one day – just the pouring out of support and love, there aren’t even words for it.”

As the cleanup continues, the people of this small town are proving that the church has a big heart.

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“If anyone needs help, I’ll do anything for them,” said Peterson.

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