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FEMA Aid to Come to UNT Following Hail Storm

Today’s random hailstorm is being called, “One of the greatest tragedies to hit North Texas is the last 5 decades.”

Today’s random hailstorm is being called, “One of the greatest tragedies to hit North Texas in the last 5 decades.”

FEMA officials have already been called into action by the university, but it may be a matter of “too little too late.” Over 4,000 students were soaked by today’s storm, and the emotional damage is expected to total $2.8 million.

“My iPhone has been acting kind of funny since the storm hit, I really don’t see my life ever coming back from this,” said one student.

Students all over campus were annihilated by the storm, some even requiring the use of a dryer to dry their clothes afterwards.

“We will bounce back from this storm,” said President Smatresk, “it may take us years, but we’ll find a brighter day.”

UNT damage following today's storm

Repairs from the rain and hail are expected to last until Fall 2016, but will most likely go way over schedule.