The inevitable, early investigative reports in the wake of Enterprise, Alabama's recent tornado disaster have appeared
It's legitimate journalism, pursuant to the "why" that follows "who, what, where, when" and "how," and it really doesn't warrant any disciplinary cause for complaint, but it can sound discouraging to the affected and to the mostly supportive public.
Personally, I don't feel any appetite for criticizing anyone's decisions made that day. I'm sure many of us remember close encounters with possible funnel systems, and can recall the uncertainty of guessing where a tornado would manifest and even the possible risk of sending an ill-timed school bus into greater danger, which is a very real concern in rural districts with long bus routes. Anyone could be faced with these choices.
I hope the people of Enterprise and those near to them will remember our best wishes and focus on caring for those affected, and not let any second-guessing strain them more. Healing comes first.