Storm Tosses Camper Around With Woman Inside

Reported by: Aaron Adelson
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Updated: 6/05 5:16 pm
The anniversary of the devastating tornado that flattened most of West Liberty was this past March.

Some residents in Morgan County were on the edge of their seat when they heard the words “Tornado Warning.”

We spoke to a woman who says she was petrified and happy she made it out alive.

Kala Gillim’s family has a summer camping trip every year. She was preparing the camper when the storm hit. Gillim said she's never heard noises like that from a hail storm before. She said once the hail started pounding, she didn't want to leave. Suddenly, the camper was picked up and tossed around in the yard. After looking at the damage, she and her family are thankful that she only suffered cuts and bruises.

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