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Family Hangs On As Violent Tornado Tears Apart Their Home

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An amazing story of survival emerged from the rubble as one Gibson County family held onto one another as the tornado tore apart everything around them.

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An amazing story of survival emerged from the rubble as one Gibson County family held onto one another as the tornado tore apart everything around them.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/3421/6810218?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Thu, 02 Mar 2017 01:59:51 +0000 Family Hangs On As Violent Tornado Tears Apart Their Home An amazing story of survival emerged from the rubble as one Gibson County family held onto one another as the tornado tore apart everything around them. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/3421/6810218?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WEHT shelley--an amazing story of survival tonight as one gibson county family held on as the tornado was tearing apart everything around them.let's go live to eyewitness news jordan vandenberge with more on their harrowing story. jordan 3 "it's almost hard to fathom.the destruction, the devastation, and for theresa mossberger -- the blessings too."look around we lost everytring but not our life. all three of us were able to stand up and look around. it was dark and we didn't see the magnitude. we could have been in that. but we're alive"seemingly nothing is left of their gibson county home.her son's home -- wiped clean off its foundation. the three huddled in a room in their barn before the tornado hit.as it roared through -- the walls started to splinter. and her son yelled -- i think i'm going to die."it didn't get terrifying until my son yelled that. that's when ti hit me. oh my god i'm about to lose my son. that's when it got terrifying. we were being moved. we thought we were in our safe spot."the three were separated -- left to fumble around in the dark.there was theresa -- pinned beneath her neighbors jeep. yet somehow -- some way -- she and her family were not seriously injured. thankful - doesn't begin to describe it."it was just two years ago in a couple days that i had brain surgery. i'm not a churchgoer every sunday but it's god. that could have crushed us""my first tornado. i helped the red cross during the eastbrooke tornado doing sign language but going through it is totally different."it's almost hard to fathom.the damage -- the debris scattered across the rolling farmland.but above all else -- mossberger says -- the blessings that allowed her to stand where her barn once stood."we dont' get it. we don't get it. how come we're alive."jordan 3




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