Tornadoes in St. Tammany Parish confirmed by National Weather Service


>>I WAS REALLY SCARED I WAS ABOUT TO CRY. AUBRY: 13-YEARS-OLD HEIDY TALE TOOK SHELTER IN HER BATHTUB WHEN A EF1 TORNADO TORE DOWN HIGHWAY 22 IN MADISONVILLE EARLY MONDAY MORNIN UNCLES ROO THIS IS THE MOST DAMAGED. AUBRY: THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAYS THE TORNADO HAD WIND SPEEDS AS HIGH AS 100 MILES PER HOUR AND A WIDTH OF 50 YARDS. THEY SAY IT TRAVELED FOR A MILE AND A HALF.>>I WAS REALLY NERVOUS WHEN I SAW EVERYTHING FALLING DOWN WE WERE REALLY CAREFUL WAKING AROUND BECAUSE IT MIGHT SURPRISE YOU IS SOMETHING FELL DOWN.>>LIKE SOMETHING HITTING HOUSE . A BIG NOISE. AUBR HEIDI’S FARTHER, CARLOS SAYS THEYVE BEEN RENTING THE HOME FOR THE PAST 10 YEARS AND ARE SALVAGING WHAT THEY CAN.>>THE ONE BEDROOM AND THE TWO BATHROOMS IT’S SHEETROCK , EVERYTHING CAME DOWN. AUBRY: NEIGHBORS ARE PICKING UP SNAPPED TREES AND DERIS. ENTERGY CREWS WERE OUT RESTORING POWER.>>IT SOUNDED LIKE A WHISTLING LIKE A LOUD CREEPY WHISTLING. ,AUBRY: MICHELLE ADAM HAD A TREE CRASH DOWN ON THE FRONT OF HER HOME.>>THE ENTIRE HOUSE SHOOK. AUBRY: SHE GRABBED HER LITTLE ONES AND TOOK SHELTER ON THE FIRST FLOOR OF HER HOME.>>IT WAS VERY FRIGHTENING IT WAS A LITTLE SURREAL LIKE IT WASN’T HAPPENING WE ARE JUST THANKFUL WE ARE SAFE AUBRY: BACK AT THE TAL HOME, WITH PART OF THEIR ROOF GONE THEY SAY THEY ARE STILL TRYING

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *