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This is an absolutely must listen to--it will touch your heart; KSH.
Michele Norris speaks with Reginald Eppes, who survived the deadly tornado in Tuscaloosa, Ala., with his wife Danielle and three sons, RJ, James and Joel. Reginald is in the hospital recovering from fractured ribs and a deflated lung.
[MICHELE] NORRIS: What happened yesterday?
Mr. EPPES: Alarms went off at 5 o'clock, and my wife got up. And she does her routine. She does her normal reading and praying in the morning, and I walked into the kitchen. And right when I did that, the wind started howling really good. And I said, well, where's the flashlights at? So she said in the toy room, so I go to the toy room. I get that flashlight, and I come back out. And my wife actually and she says we need to get the kids up, and I said oh.
NORRIS: The kids were still in bed at that point.
Mr. EPPES: The kids were still in bed, and I said oh....
Listen to it all (a little over four minutes) [Hat tip: Elizabeth]
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