Transcript for Kentucky Horror
They are picking up what's left of their town in west liberally Kentucky. Look at this tonight a car flipped over by the twister -- -- the town of about 3000 all but wiped out. -- bet true tornadoes that hit that one town alone ABC's back up and is there tonight Matt. Good evening David from what used to be the municipal building here in west liberty. Take a walk with me that was a police cruiser just before this giant tornado came right down main street seemed to. Dump all the contents of the stores right out in the street sacking the police department City Hall now those very police officer right now. We're still working on the rescue operation. Sometimes -- candidates run these type of devastation. -- -- Is it. That colossus of the twister turning being street west liberty it would look like a war zone City Hall the police station -- Astoundingly only four people killed in Morgan county here but more than a dozen others killed as tornadoes ripped across this state. About a mile and a half the two mile wide through -- on. This was main street before and today. Rescuers cut through debris cars ports of elevator shafts and Poland -- lines to get into town evacuating the entirely continuing to search the -- the day. -- declaring martial law. John -- crowd ruled out the store -- attending -- we felt -- breath we heard. Thing late at here and and we felt that direct that we -- it took off the back of the building and this morning picking up what's left. And taking stock we've built that the business would be if they -- Rooted here they like their neighbors are moving on. David we took a couple of steps down the street to show you the guardrail -- been wrapped around that. Power -- now the search and rescue operation here is probably going to continue for another twelve to 24 hours we've seen lots of search dogs here but. The debris removal is going to take a lot longer than that. The folks here say they are determined to rebuild.
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