Tornado caused by Hurricane Dorian levels homes

Tornado caused by Hurricane Dorian levels homes
Tornado caused by Hurricane Dorian levels homes
This year on the line, so you guess these hurricanes and you know it’s bad, but you know you kind of get through it. I just moved back in my house 8 days ago from the last hurricane from Florence. We just moved back in and now here we are waiting waiting to go again. It’S always a concern. You’Re always worried about pay your insurance premiums, Surly saddletop of us for 3 days. It was the rain that killed us last time, just wrenching everything, but I didn’t count on this where it wasn’t like flat. Like Kansas, you know, but obviously this time I went from my parents house, with my children and children and and other relationships, and this is going to be the first time I ever lived in mine, but maybe it was meant to be. I don’t have a lot of attached to it, yet I’m just kind of picking out a few things to salvage. We were planning to ride it out and I just happened to see on the news tornado touchdown on the island and I figured it would be down close to the pier and I haven’t been looking at videos somebody shot and the Channel 7 News. I thought that’s my couch cuz, it’s pretty distinctive, be ugly and pretty distinctive. I don’t know what I can personally do at it from the standpoint right now pick up a few mementos and it’ll probably hit me later tonight, when I have a chance to sit and think about everything.
The coastal town of Emerald Isle, N.C., was hit by a tornado in September as residents waited for Hurricane Dorian to arrive. Read more: Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube:

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