CHEROKEE, Ala — Keneisha Deas was in Cherokee, where the tornado left a trail of destruction.
Downed trees, down power lines. But this home was still left intact.
She had a chance to speak with the residents today and they say that this was a miracle.
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All day their family and neighbors, as well as crews have been out to clean up the damage.
Keneisha reached out to the Colbert EMA director.
He says national weather service surveyors did have restrictions in surveying the damage due to the coronavirus.
Instead, EMA sent them photos to compare their data.
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