Transcript for Deadly Alabama tornado
Higher Rachel Scott for ABC news in bowl guard Alabama when president from comes into town tomorrow. This is what he can expect to see. This is all that is left a behold here that was simply devastated by those two deadly hurricanes that made their way through this area. No group. Belong right off by those 100 in seventy mile per hour winds that ripped through this area. I'm actually standing in what used to be the kitchen and the living room the sofa said flying is now ten feet away and this check right here in this. This wall just collapsed on top of this he he's here. And now residents are forced to dig through some of this debris and rubble bleary beneath the shattered glass and seeing here keyboard and some Tupperware that. Flu district from that pantry right behind me. Now most deadly tornadoes hit the ground that nearly. The same time officials say 23. People were killed by those two tornadoes the deadliest of the two within he asked for. Now a little bit of good news here officials say that those several people that were missing over the last few days have all been accounted for. But now toy Avery families are planning funerals. Two major corporations have stepped up to help cover the costs of some of those funerals most of those funerals I should say. But still just a long road to recovery here as the president is in town tomorrow. Ten year old fewer thorn will be laid to rest her mother tells ABC news that. She was with her best friend for the weekend when those two deadly storms hit the ground. And you could just imagine the fear of these two little girls hunkered down trying to brave out that's stormed her best friend it's her. Five but I'm told that her father and her stepmother. Both died in that storm and that she as she is recovering she is not yet been told that she lost both. Her best friend her father aunt and her stepmother. You could replace items you can even build a new home. But this community a bowl guard is at the center of the heart eight and destruction. And you can't replace the lives that were lost. Reporting a boulevard Alabama Rachel Scott ABC news.
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