Anorak News | Tornadoes hit Kentucky and Indiana: Child survives dead family (photos)

Tornadoes hit Kentucky and Indiana: Child survives dead family (photos)

by | 3rd, March 2012

THE Tornado that has struck Kentucky and Indiana has killed at least 30 people. Marysville is “gone.” Last week,  at least 12 died when tornadoes hit Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky and Tennessee. But there is hope. A child has been found forty miles west of Chelsea, in Salem, Indiana. Reports are that she was in a field surrounded by her dead relatives – her mother and two younger siblings. She is no older than four.

ABC calls it: “Tornado Miracle: Child in Field Survives Tornado That Killed Family.”

The media loves a disaster – but it is essentially positive. Amid the death is hope. Sometimes it’s all there is…


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Janet Elliott stands in her damaged bedroom after a tornado struck her home in Harrison, Tenn. on Saturday, March 3, 2012. Massive thunderstorms, predicted by forecasters for days, threw off dozens of tornadoes as they raced Friday from the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes. Twisters crushed blocks of homes, knocked out cellphones and landlines, ripped power lines from broken poles and tossed cars, school buses and tractor-trailers onto roads made impassable by debris. AP Photo/Billy Weeks)


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