Tornado Takes East Texas Woman for a Scary Ride in Her Bathtub
Earlier this week we wrote about an East Texas man who miraculously emerged out of his demolished home scratch-free after a tornado struck it. This one's even crazier.
According to Wide Open Country, a 75-year-old woman and her son were in her Marion County home on Saturday night when an EF2 tornado tore through and ripped her and her son right out of their home.
Right before the tornado struck, Charlesetta Williams' son urged her to hide in the bathtub for safety. Then one minute later, she found herself in the woods with a few bruises and scratches, but relatively unscathed.
She told CBS News:
We heard a boom. We were laying in the bathtub in the bathroom, and we heard a boom. Then when we woke up, we were in the yard.
Miraculously no one was injured even though the twister tore through multiple homes on Saturday night.