Lifted from Rubble

An ADRN God Story, May 2013 Moore, Oklahoma Disaster Response Deployed in Moore, Oklahoma, One of ADRN’s Emotional Care team leaders were approached by a crying man, John, who needed to share his amazing testimony. John told our leader that when reports of the tornado went out, he jumped in his car and drove 90 miles an hour to save his daughter from the tornado heading towards the Elementary School.  He arrived just in time, pulled her out of school and ran across the street to a friend who had a storm cellar before the school was destroyed.  Fortunately, he, his daughter and the owning family were able to get inside the storm cellar before the F5 tornado ripped through and destroyed their neighborhood.  After the tornado passed by, John tried to push open the cellar door but a brick wall had fallen on the cellar door. John was able to maneuver himself out, lift and move the brick wall 10 feet and pull the family out.  Afterwards, John heard additional screams for help from two other homes whose family members were trapped in their storm cellar.  Fortunately, these families were also rescued by John.  After this rescue, John heard an older…

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