Escaping a tornado in Talbotton and Governor Kemp is there to comfort

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An incredible heroin act told by the grandmother after her daughter struggled to keep her daughter from being lifted into the air by the tornado Sunday. 

Kayleen Butler’s testimony…

“We need a news crew up here in Talbotton Bob. That was my sons home. His wife and kids were in 
the trailer.

They got in the tub. The sink flew off and hit her in the back. Her daughter was going up in the air.

Being sucked up. Her Mother whom has had a stroke grab her shirt and held on as long as she could.

Then Tasha saw what was happening and grab her.

Asked God to take her and not my baby. She is 14 years old. God saved my family thank you Jesus.

The ambulance couldn’t get through. They came to my home a mile and a half down high way 80.

I have no damage. I put them all in dry clothes . My daughter came and got the girls and is at Walmart buying them a few out fits. They have nothing.

The truck and car is gone also. The school got hit and the homes across from the school. All the stores got hit. Most all of the trees are down.”

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