Transcript for Storms Affect Holiday Travel
Snow storms and high winds even a rare Christmas week tornados have complicated holiday travel all week long ABC's David -- is tracking it all tonight. From one of the nation's busiest airports. More than one in four of us is on the move this weekend the vast majority 83 million others hitting the nation's roads for the holiday -- it's snowing in the west that could be trouble New Mexico and Texas. Under winter weather alerts. In the south they just hope to have electricity for Christmas after last night's severe storm -- going to they -- first Christmas home as a family. I'm in the summer house. -- -- family was getting ready to take their one year old -- Santa. When their house was blow it over yes blown over by what they think was a tornado he is being called a hero. When we got in this closet. Hunkered down house -- Macias a bear hug -- -- his pregnant wife one year old. And and it iPad this clothes not enough so -- Hyannis here we go. They -- -- bear hugged together. And rolled and rolled and rolled and you end up where we ended up somewhere and that -- they are -- -- he ended up with a broken ankle some scratches for Davison the baby and mom are fine -- -- your Christmas. Thanks for having them. Quite the Christmas tale of survival back to the travel story here at Atlanta's airport everything seems to be running smoothly and thankfully. That seems to be the case at most major airports.
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