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A tornado survivor

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Trickles of good news are appearing in Oklahoma as people write about family members found alive, horses that survived and other pets that are reunited with their owners.

Tornado damage can be very specific and very random. One neighborhood will be devastated while another, close by is left untouched.

When we lived in the Cleveland area, back in the early 90s, I was caught in a “microburst” which is like a tiny tornado. I was walking my dog and pushing my son in a stroller at the polo field in Chagrin Falls. Suddenly the sky got very dark and the wind picked up. It was very loud, like a train in the distance getting closer.

I sprinted for my car, got my son and dog safely inside and battled with the stroller, which was being battered by the wind. Once inside, I heard a huge crash and saw…

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