Photo of the Quad-State Tornado Last Night

Photo credit- Melissa Johnson (taken in Lenox, TN)

25 thoughts on “Photo of the Quad-State Tornado Last Night

    • I totally agree. Last I heard, over 70 people died in Kentucky last night. I just don’t have the words to say how much heart hurts for their families. πŸ’” All I can do is pray that God give them strength. πŸ™

    • You and me both. So many people lost their lives and several more missing! I can’t bear to imagine what their families are going through right now. It’s going to be a very difficult Christmas for so many. I pray for them all! πŸ™ πŸ’”πŸ™πŸ’”

    • Mine too, Kathy. And I just can’t imagine the trauma. I’m glad the storm missed you. πŸ’”πŸ˜’

      I’ve been in a tornado when I was little- it almost picked us up and yes it was scary and I never forgot it. However, that was a small tornado.

      But a monster tornado like last night’s one and the damage it did? 😱 Those poor people are probably going to be traumatized for life, especially those who lost a lived one. And my prayers go up for them.πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

      • I was in a small tornado also…was newly married and living in a mobile home. It picked us up, the trailer rocked like it was on the water, came up on one side a little until things were sliding off shelves on the upper side, then set us downβ€”about the feet back from where the trailer was sitting, ripping all the utilities away. Scared the bejesus out of husband and me and I’ll never forget it either. But it was nothing compared to that monster tornado, and I know how lucky I am to have survived the small one.
        God be with these last ones whose lives have been forever changedβ€”and those who came before.

  1. I grew up in Ontario, Canada and have seen the devastation a tornado can cause. Just the word “tornado” gives me shaky nerves.
    My heart goes out to those who lost loved ones, friends, acquaintances. and co-workers.
    It is very heart breaking when these things strike around or near a holiday.
    My prayers and thoughts go out to all those affected.

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