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Tornados in Lee County, Alabama

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My wife showed me an Instagram posting that a friend of ours that lives in Iowa sent her, its a Brother being interviewed on camera.


I don't know if his house was damaged or not, the clip was short.


The news person said something about being lucky and the Brother said he thanked Jehovah, that his family are Jehovah's Witnesses.. 


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I am from North Alabama. I have friends in that area. The area that was hit the hardest is around Smiths Station. (See map posted already) So far I have not heard any of our brothers and sisters that have been hurt, but I am waiting to hear from more friends today. I will share more when I hear from them :)

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