Louisville neighbors rebuilding after tornado

Wednesday night, Brandon Morris and his wife took shelter in their home to escape the devastating tornado that tore through their neighborhood.”By the time we could get down to the basement, it had already hit,” Morris said.When he walked outside, he says the Glenmary subdivision of Fern Creek was unrecognizable.”It looked like a war zone. Roofs ripped off. Chairs from other people’s yards in your yard. A trampoline that was in my yard that I don’t even know to this day who it belongs to,” Morris said.The National Weather Service believes several tornadoes touched down in the region that night. The community has been working together to clean up and help each other during a time of need.”This is stuff people have worked for forever and built their lives on their homes and to see it just get destroyed like that, it’s sad,” said Dannie Baker, Puro First Restoration.Neighbors, friends and businesses like English Roofing are doing their part to help.”I think it’s very overwhelming. As that sort of dies down and people start talking to their insurance companies, they’re going to continue to pick up the phone and call and look for reputable, reliable people to take care of them,” said Brent Calloway, English Roofing.”It’s not about making money as much as it is getting everybody back to where they should be,” Baker said.However, together they’re rebuilding, and they’re hoping for better days ahead.

Wednesday night, Brandon Morris and his wife took shelter in their home to escape the devastating tornado that tore through their neighborhood.

“By the time we could get down to the basement, it had already hit,” Morris said.

When he walked outside, he says the Glenmary subdivision of Fern Creek was unrecognizable.

“It looked like a war zone. Roofs ripped off. Chairs from other people’s yards in your yard. A trampoline that was in my yard that I don’t even know to this day who it belongs to,” Morris said.

The National Weather Service believes several tornadoes touched down in the region that night. The community has been working together to clean up and help each other during a time of need.

“This is stuff people have worked for forever and built their lives on their homes and to see it just get destroyed like that, it’s sad,” said Dannie Baker, Puro First Restoration.

Neighbors, friends and businesses like English Roofing are doing their part to help.

“I think it’s very overwhelming. As that sort of dies down and people start talking to their insurance companies, they’re going to continue to pick up the phone and call and look for reputable, reliable people to take care of them,” said Brent Calloway, English Roofing.

“It’s not about making money as much as it is getting everybody back to where they should be,” Baker said.

However, together they’re rebuilding, and they’re hoping for better days ahead.

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