a tornado hit my house

FLAIR
1 May 202455:20

Summary

TLDRThe video script details the aftermath of a devastating tornado that hit Nebraska, causing widespread destruction. The narrator, who was at the hospital during the tornado, returns home to find his shop severely damaged and his property littered with debris. Despite the damage to his own property, the narrator focuses on helping others by organizing a fundraiser through the sale of a special Beefcake Jerky shirt and jerky bags, with all proceeds going to the tornado victims. The community comes together to assist in the cleanup, and the video captures the resilience and generosity of those affected. The narrator also shares his experience of being away at the hospital during the tornado and the challenges faced by his family and friends who were on the scene. The video serves as both a personal account and a call to action for support and donations.

Takeaways

  • 🌪️ A large and destructive tornado crossed Interstate 80 in Nebraska, causing significant damage to homes and farms, and leaving thousands without power.
  • 🏠 Omaha, Nebraska, was severely impacted, with many houses flattened and significant structural damage reported.
  • 🎥 The video's host, despite having his shop destroyed by an EF3 tornado, is focusing on helping others and raising funds for the victims.
  • 💰 Beefcake Jerky is conducting a fundraiser, with all profits from a special shirt and jerky sale going to the tornado victims.
  • 👕 A limited edition Beefcake Jerky shirt is being sold, with two free bags of jerky included, to raise funds for the victims.
  • 📢 The host is transparent about the fundraiser, promising to share how much is raised and where the money is going.
  • 👉 A GoFundMe has also been set up for those who prefer to donate directly to help the victims of the tornado.
  • 🏥 The host was at the hospital for the birth of his premature baby when the tornado struck, and his wife's parents and their daughter were at their house during the incident.
  • 🛠️ The tornado hit the host's property, causing extensive damage to the shop and other structures, but the house remained structurally intact.
  • 🌳 The tornado's path resulted in the loss of many mature trees, which cannot be easily replaced, impacting the deer hunting grounds.
  • 🔨 The community has come together to help with cleanup and recovery efforts, showcasing solidarity and resilience in the face of disaster.

Q & A

  • What was the location of the tornado described in the script?

    -The tornado crossed Interstate 80 in Nebraska, affecting areas in both Iowa and Nebraska.

  • What was the impact of the tornado on the speaker's property?

    -The tornado caused significant damage to the speaker's property, including the destruction of their shop and damage to their house and other structures.

  • How did the speaker and their community respond to the tornado disaster?

    -The speaker initiated a fundraiser by selling Beefcake jerky shirts and bags of jerky, with all proceeds going to the victims of the tornado. They also mentioned a GoFundMe campaign for additional support.

  • What was the speaker doing when the tornado hit?

    -The speaker was at the hospital with their wife, who had just given birth, and was not present when the tornado hit their property.

  • What was the condition of the speaker's house after the tornado?

    -The house had some damage, including broken windows and a collapsed garage door, but its structure remained intact.

  • What was the speaker's plan for the animals on their property after the tornado?

    -The speaker mentioned that the animals were safe and that they were focusing on fixing the fences to prevent the animals from escaping.

  • What was the fate of the duck trailer mentioned in the script?

    -The duck trailer was picked up by the tornado, carried about 400 yards, and then crashed into the woods, losing all its decoys in the process.

  • What was the speaker's advice for dealing with a tornado situation?

    -The speaker advised going inside the house if possible, or to a safe, concrete structure like their gun room. They also mentioned that they had jokingly suggested using a skid loader as a shelter.

  • What was the state of the speaker's pond after the tornado?

    -The pond had filled up with about a foot of rainwater, but the structure around it was destroyed, and a plane that was supposed to be near the pond was no longer in its original location.

  • What was the speaker's concern regarding the damaged shop?

    -The speaker was concerned about not wanting to cause more damage to the vehicles and equipment trapped under the shop's debris before the insurance adjuster arrived.

  • What was the speaker's plan for rebuilding after the tornado?

    -The speaker mentioned the possibility of rebuilding the shop and considering a redesign, potentially using different materials or a different location to better withstand future storms.

Outlines

00:00

🌪️ Tornado Devastation and Fundraiser Efforts

The video script describes the aftermath of a powerful tornado that hit Interstate 80 in Nebraska, causing significant damage to homes and farms. The narrator, having narrowly missed the tornado while at the hospital for the birth of his premature baby, returns to find his shop severely damaged. He emphasizes the greater destruction faced by others and announces a fundraiser to support the victims, involving the sale of a special shirt and jerky, with all proceeds going to those affected. The narrator also mentions his intention to donate all proceeds from the video itself.

05:02

🏠 Home and Property Damage Assessment

The narrator details the extensive damage to his property, including the complete destruction of his shop and the damage to his house. He talks about the tornado's trajectory and the moments leading up to the hit, including a humorous anecdote about a skid loader. The video captures the efforts of the narrator and his neighbors to assess and begin cleaning up the wreckage, highlighting the community's resilience and spirit of cooperation in the face of disaster.

10:02

🔨 Cleanup and Reconstruction Plans

The focus shifts to the cleanup process and the initial steps taken towards reconstruction. The narrator discusses the state of various buildings on his property, including the surprising resilience of some structures. He also talks about the loss of their duck trailer and decoys, the need to rebuild barns and fences, and the challenges of dealing with downed power lines. The community comes together to help with the cleanup, and the narrator expresses gratitude for their support.

15:03

🐰 Animal Status and Domestic Affairs

The narrator provides an update on the status of his animals, noting that despite the chaos, they all appear to be safe. He recounts the discovery of a goat in the chicken coop and the humorous potential for unexpected offspring. The situation with the rabbits is more urgent, as they have been displaced and are roaming freely. The narrator also mentions the survival of the chicken coop and the baby goats, indicating a glimmer of normalcy amidst the devastation.

20:04

🏡 Finalizing the Damage Assessment

The narrator concludes the tour of the damage to his property, including the house, which suffered some damage but remained standing. He describes the loss of a window, the impact on the garage, and the general disarray within the house. The video ends with a reflection on the tornado's power, the community's response, and the long road to recovery. The narrator also hints at future plans for rebuilding and the potential for a 'rebuild series' documenting the process.

25:06

🚨 Post-Disaster Reflections and Future Plans

In the final paragraph, the narrator reflects on the community's response to the tornado and the importance of safety during such natural disasters. He discusses the potential for rebuilding, including the possibility of designing a new shop and making changes to prevent future damage. The narrator also addresses the loss of power and the need for a backup generator, highlighting the lessons learned from the experience. He invites viewer feedback on what kind of content they would like to see next and reminds viewers of the ongoing fundraiser for disaster victims.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡Tornado

A tornado is a rapidly rotating column of air that is in contact with both the surface of the Earth and a cumulonimbus cloud or, in rare cases, the base of a cumulus cloud. Tornadoes are among the most destructive natural events, with the power to uproot buildings and flatten landscapes. In the video, a tornado is described crossing Interstate 80 in Nebraska, causing massive destruction and leaving many without power.

💡Severe Storms

Severe storms are weather events that produce conditions potentially hazardous to life and property. They often include high winds, heavy rain, hail, or tornadoes. In the context of the video, severe storms are responsible for the tornado that hit Iowa and Nebraska, causing significant damage to homes and farms.

💡EF3 Tornado

An EF3 tornado is classified on the Enhanced Fujita scale, which measures the intensity of tornadoes based on the damage they cause. An EF3 tornado has wind speeds between 136 and 165 mph and can cause significant damage, such as the complete destruction of well-constructed houses. The video mentions an EF3 tornado that directly impacted Omaha, Nebraska.

💡Fundraiser

A fundraiser is an event or campaign organized to collect monetary or other resources to be used for a specific purpose, often to support non-profit organizations or charitable causes. In the video, the speaker is organizing a fundraiser where Beefcake Jerky will donate proceeds from the sale of a special shirt and jerky to the victims of the tornado.

💡

💡GoFundMe

GoFundMe is an online crowdfunding platform that allows people to raise money for various personal, social, and organizational causes. In the video, the speaker has started a GoFundMe campaign to raise additional funds to support the tornado victims, emphasizing that even small contributions can make a difference.

💡Transparency

Transparency in this context refers to the openness and clarity with which information is shared, particularly about the collection and distribution of funds raised. The speaker promises to be 100% transparent with the audience regarding how much money is raised and where it is going, which is crucial for building trust in the fundraiser.

💡NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit)

The NICU is a specialized unit in a hospital that provides care for ill or premature newborn infants. In the video, the speaker's wife and newborn baby are in the NICU, which is why the speaker was not present during the tornado's impact.

💡Security Camera Footage

Security camera footage is video recording captured by one or more cameras intended for surveillance purposes. The video mentions the lack of power which prevented the capture of the tornado's impact, but the speaker does reference the potential of obtaining footage that could provide a clearer picture of the event.

💡Damage Assessment

Damage assessment is the process of evaluating the extent and severity of harm caused by an event, such as a natural disaster. In the video, the speaker and others are conducting a damage assessment of their property, which includes significant structural damage to buildings and loss of possessions.

💡Community Support

Community support refers to the assistance and solidarity provided by members of a community in times of need. The video highlights the support received from neighbors and friends who came to help with the cleanup and recovery process after the tornado.

💡Insurance Adjuster

An insurance adjuster is a professional who assesses the policyholder's claim to determine the insurance company's liability and calculates the amount to be paid out for a loss. The speaker mentions waiting for the insurance adjuster to provide clearance on how to proceed with the recovery and reconstruction efforts.

Highlights

A large and destructive tornado crossed Interstate 80 in Nebraska, causing significant damage to homes and farms.

Iowa and Nebraska were hit hard by severe storms, with powerful twisters leaving thousands without power.

There are reports of many houses being flattened and significant damage to structures in Omaha, Nebraska.

A fundraiser is being organized by Beefcake Jerky to support tornado victims, with all profits going to those affected.

The speaker's shop was severely damaged by an EF3 tornado that passed directly over it.

Despite the damage to their own property, the speaker emphasizes the greater impact on others and the importance of community support.

A special shirt and jerky package is being sold, with all proceeds donated to victims, and transparency on the amount raised.

A GoFundMe has been set up for those who prefer to donate directly to help the victims of the tornado.

The speaker shares personal stories of being in the hospital during the tornado and the aftermath, including the birth of their child.

Security camera footage captured the tornado's impact, but power loss prevented complete documentation of the event.

The tornado's force was so strong that it moved heavy objects like trailers and caused structural damage to buildings.

The speaker discusses the extensive cleanup and rebuilding efforts required after the tornado, including fence repair and tree removal.

Despite the extensive damage, the speaker remains optimistic and outlines plans for rebuilding and helping the community recover.

The community comes together to assist in the cleanup, highlighting the resilience and solidarity in the face of disaster.

The speaker provides a detailed account of the damage to their property, including the loss of a duck trailer and the impact on their animals.

A humorous moment is shared when discussing a goat that ended up in a chicken coop, showcasing the lighter side amidst the devastation.

The speaker commits to donating all proceeds from a related video on YouTube to the tornado victims, encouraging viewers to watch and support the cause.

Transcripts

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this is a tornado Crossing Interstate 80

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in Nebraska this is a large and

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destructive tornado and look at what's

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out in front of this look at what's

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getting locked up right now oh just hit

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something Iowa and Nebraska getting the

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brunt of the severe storms as the

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powerful Twisters obliterate homes and

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Farms leaving thousands without power it

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appears that many houses are flattened

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and many houses also have significant

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damage they are reporting Omaha Nebraska

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may have just seen one of the strongest

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T tadoes in US

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history well ladies and gentlemen as you

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can

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see I just got hit by a tornado what you

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see behind me is what's left of the shop

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we had an ef3 tornado come directly

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through Omaha right over the top of my

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house and pretty much destroyed

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everything in its path but before we

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kind of jump into that and show you

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everything that happened I do want to

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let you guys know that we're doing a

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fundraiser beef cake jerky is going to

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raise a bunch of money for the victims

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of the tornado and none of it going to

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come to us by the way although we have a

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bunch of damage there's people that had

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it far worse than us I mean people have

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their houses completely leveled their

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business is taken out I mean what you

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see behind me is honestly minor in

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compared to what other people have

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experienced and so we want to raise as

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much money as we possibly can to donate

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to the victims um and so what we're

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doing is we came out with this shirt

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it's a Beefcake jerky shirt in husker

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red with the Nebraska state outline as

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well as two free bags of jerky so beef

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cake jerky is going to throw in two free

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bags so you guys get two bags of jerky

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one pork one beef and the shirt uh it'll

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be linked down in the description down

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below and all profits all proceeds from

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from the purchases will all go to the

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victims we'll let you guys know how much

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we raise and where the money is going

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will'll be 100% transparent with you

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guys um and if you guys don't want a

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shirt and jerky be someone to help out

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I've also got a gofund me that started

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down below as much money as we could

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possibly raise the better I mean you're

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talking about people that lost literally

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everything um you know from from this

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tornado so whether it's a dollar $5 $10

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whatever it might be um it all helps I

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know you guys you know I I I'm I'm

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hoping you guys will step up and really

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help and I'll kick it off I'll throw the

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first, at the gofund meet to get the

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ball rolling but I know you guys are

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going to step up to the plate and and

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really show you know your true colors

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you know I feel like I've got you know

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the greatest you know subscriber base on

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the planet um and if there's any time

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that I I'm going to ask you guys for

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something it's now um this would be the

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time when when if you if you guys have

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the means to step up um I would really

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really appreciate it and if you don't if

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you if you don't have the means to step

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up totally understand I'm going to

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donate all the proceeds from this video

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all the money I'm going to make from

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this from like posting this video

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through YouTube um I'll donate all that

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money as well and so if you just want to

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watch this video a couple times maybe

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send it to a couple friends send it to a

02:43

couple family members tell them I mean

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every little bit counts it's not a ton

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um but if you guys want to watch this

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video a few times just replay it um you

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know if it starts rolling ads just go

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through the ads that way it cost you

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guys nothing I'll get take the money and

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be able to donate to the family as well

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my goal is to raise as much money as

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possible like I said I'll be fully

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transp on how much we raise and where

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it's going so I just want to let you

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guys know all the information for all

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that will be linked down in the

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description down below that's that's

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kind of the plan um we want to help

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people out here that that honestly lost

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everything like I said behind me it it

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looks terrible but I'll consider myself

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lucky on this so the story with the

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tornado um you might be thinking Flair

03:20

what was it like you know to to live

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through a tornado to be honest I

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actually don't know I wasn't here when

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the tornado hit um I was actually at the

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hospital so

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back up a couple days um from when the

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tornado hit uh I get a call from Macy my

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wife she calls me she's she's pregnant

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by the way um and gives me a call and

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says hey the doctor said we need to take

03:42

the baby today I need you to come to the

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hospital so um left filming and went

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straight to the hospital delivered our

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baby and uh she went directly to the

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niku if you guys don't know what that is

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it's it's an area for babies to have

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assisted with you know breathing or or

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feeding or nutrients and Ivy stuff like

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that um and the baby was 4 weeks early

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so premature um and so the baby needed

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some help you know to to you know keep

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going and grow you know where the baby

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would have kept going in Macy has to do

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that in the niku so uh baby goes

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directly to the NICU that means Macy and

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I are staying at the NICU and that means

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we're staying there all day all night

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we're sleeping there we haven't left the

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hospital at this point um and so Macy's

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parents took Brooklyn our other daughter

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and was was watching her and they were

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actually staying at our house um and so

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they were here and Jake was also here so

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Jake was here uh because at that point

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I'd been in the hospital for 3 or 4 days

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three or four nights um we haven't left

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and you know I was like maybe I could

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sneak away for a couple hours on

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Saturday morning and do a little fishing

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so Jake came to the shop he rigged up

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the boat he rigged up the tackle um I

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wanted to just to get get some fresh air

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and maybe make a videos for you guys so

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Jake was here when the tornado hit so as

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parents and Brooklyn and so we kind of

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knew the storm was coming we were

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watching on the radar while we were

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sitting in the NICU in the hospital and

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you know I joked with Jake I was like

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you know tornadoes never actually hit us

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right like you always hear about that

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you always see it in movies it'll never

05:12

actually happen to us and I joked and I

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said you know if if it gets Western out

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there just hop in the skid loader I mean

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that's got to be the safest thing on the

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planet right and so the skid loader was

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in the shop and uh that was kind of his

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plan you know again I'm not expecting a

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whole lot so time goes on we're watching

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the radar the tornado's currently

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ripping through elorn um which is kind

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of you know west side of of Omaha I'm

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getting texts from people saying houses

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are leveled they're completely gone um

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so I'm really watching I'm like man if

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this stays on the trajectory to come

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towards our house um I think we're going

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to get hit and so when I saw on the

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radar they had a debris field okay you

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could actually see the actual tornado

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the circle of the tornado on the radar

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it was a mile away from my house I

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called Jake and I said you need to get

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inside I think we're actually going to

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get hit by this tornado so as you can

05:58

see here he goes back inside the house

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they end up going down in the basement

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into the hidden Gun Room thankfully we

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built that um which is a concrete

06:06

structure you know pretty safe and a few

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minutes later the tornado hits um I have

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security camera footage unfortunately we

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lost power so we don't actually get to

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see the footage of the tornado hit mean

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as you can see here there's there's

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Furniture getting thrown around I mean

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everything's starting to get um a little

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bit crazy and then the power Cuts so we

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don't actually have any of that footage

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um and again I'm at the hospital so I

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don't really understand how bad it is

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I'm just watching it on the news but I

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I'm not I have no communication with

06:32

anybody um all I knew is that Jake and

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Macy's parents and Brooklyn were in the

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the the gun bunker which you know to me

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is probably the safest spot for him so

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anyways the tornado hits um as it's

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hitting uh Jake described it and said

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that the door kept trying to swing open

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so they're literally holding the door

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shut um as the tornado is coming through

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um and just you know they can hear glass

06:52

breaking and they didn't know the extent

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of it so tornado passes they try to get

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out and they can't get out um they said

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the door's shut it's locked and it won't

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open and which doesn't make sense we

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designed it so you can't lock yourself

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in there for safety purposes and they

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can't open it so I called Nate Brad the

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Builder son who's the neighbor he comes

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over turns out a big piece of furniture

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actually slid and slammed against the

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book case and barricaded them in there

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so thankfully he was able to get them

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out of there at that point we were able

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to communicate with them confirm

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everybody was safe and I started getting

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you know photos and videos from

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everybody and actually the first one I

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got was this one from Brad this is POV

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from his house House of my shop and at

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that point I knew we actually got hit by

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the tornado um again I'm watching it on

07:36

the news you don't really think it's

07:37

going to happen to you um and it did and

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at that point you know I just my heart

07:43

just sank you know I was like oh my gosh

07:44

we actually we actually got hit by the

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tornado and how bad is it so I'm calling

07:48

Jake Macy's calling her parents and

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they're walking through the house and

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thankfully the house didn't get hit

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terribly you know we've got broken

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windows broken sliders things missing

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off the roof the garage doors collaps

07:59

all the furniture off the decks went

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flying um you know broke the railing the

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pergola by the pool is gone um but you

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know the actual structure of the home is

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is still intact so um it it seems like

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you know the the brunt of it got taken

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up by the shop and as you can see me

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behind me that is uh that is the case so

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I as soon as I could I left the hospital

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I came up here to assess the damage we

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ended up getting up on the roof putting

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up uh you know tarps and and boarding up

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Windows doing what we can to PR you know

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prevent you know any more damage from

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happening in case we get it rained

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rained on I went back to the hospital I

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spent the night there and then what you

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guys are about to see is that next

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morning of me coming back to officially

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assess the damage that was occurred on

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the property and as I was getting

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reached out to by literally hundreds of

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people um they wanted to come out and

08:49

help pick up so that's what you guys are

08:50

going to see as well is just our raw

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reaction of seeing the total Destruction

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and starting to chip away at getting

08:57

everything cleaned up so with that being

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said enjoy today's

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video all right fellas this is uh day

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one of um assessing damage and cleanup

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we're started at the haunted house so

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the tornado actually came right so look

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at that hang on the power line it came

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right straight over the top looks like

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it threw this tree oh yeah that that

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that glass door is smashed there's trees

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on the roof window honestly the fact

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that the 100 was 130 years old it still

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St is kind of impressive some roage

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windows windows broke here this girl

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didn't make it as far as I expected

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honestly but Windows broke got yeah the

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roof is pretty much toast but the fact

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that this thing's not leveled is

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impressive honestly pretty impressive

09:43

cuz as we come around the corner see the

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tops of those trees the tornado sucked

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them off the tornado is literally right

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here like that's just oh rip the mailbox

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only one of them made it the other one's

09:52

gone dang dude I definitely didn't get

09:54

my mail yesterday either figure out what

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got lost in that I have no idea but yeah

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I mean this honestly this this did

10:00

pretty good this isn't that bad oh this

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door I didn't realize this is broken oh

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yeah dude the amount of glass wait till

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I show you guys my house dude the amount

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of

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glass yeah there's a lot there's a lot

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of that we don't still don't have power

10:13

this is where all the power lines are

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hopefully it gets fixed later but like

10:16

dude just isn't it just weird how it

10:18

takes the tops of the trees off like

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it's not like the you know when wind

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comes and knocks trees down that's one

10:22

thing it literally rips them off sucks

10:24

the tops of the trees off so we do have

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a down power line here so we have to be

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a little careful but if you remember

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there's a two-car garage here well there

10:33

I should say there was but this is where

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it was I'm standing inside the two-car

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garage right here it's gone like I don't

10:39

even see I mean there's like a shingle

10:41

there's one wall of it right there oh

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yeah here's a wall here oh there's a cat

10:44

oh that was a black cat took off she

10:46

made it look at that that's pretty crazy

10:48

the cat made it so yeah this is where

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the two-car garage was and it is no

10:52

longer here so I mean there's junk that

10:54

was stored here we got bikes we got

10:56

trees we yeah the power lines the power

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hole right there mean look at the ation

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in the top of that tree that's pretty

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nuts so it pretty much came straight

11:03

here sucked this thing off surprisingly

11:05

it looks like the Big Shed is actually

11:08

in decent shape so remember we fought

11:10

the Wasps at one point um there was some

11:12

in here and then there were some in the

11:13

three-sided building is what we call it

11:15

three-sided building not fair as well as

11:17

this one but this one actually I'm

11:19

really shocked yeah not bad the

11:21

condition of this one oh yeah oh a

11:23

couple truss is broken dude considering

11:26

this thing's equally probably as old

11:28

yeah that door is just nonexistent

11:30

anymore but I think we could fix this we

11:33

could definitely fix this we could this

11:35

up there was a door here like this was

11:37

solid there it is B found it it didn't

11:39

make it too far banra found the door

11:40

she's leaning a

11:41

little yeah then the three-sided

11:44

building did not do as

11:46

hot dude just like the amount of tree

11:48

work that we're going to have to do we

11:50

used to drive through that like there's

11:51

just Tre yeah this is the this is the

11:52

road that comes down look at look how

11:54

look at that I mean it just got shredded

11:57

so over here we still have the jet kayak

12:00

jet kayaks made it how did this thing

12:02

make it this thing weighs nothing it was

12:04

full of water maybe that helped a little

12:05

bit probably did wow this is crazy dude

12:08

like the amount of trees that are

12:09

missing right here now like this used to

12:11

be all just canopy I don't remember this

12:13

Dent here do you no that's new this is

12:15

this is new right yeah that's 100% new

12:17

yeah something landed on that something

12:19

smacked

12:21

it banjo pulled the plug so here is

12:23

where some significant damage was caused

12:26

this building unfortunately faced South

12:28

which is the dire dire pretty much that

12:29

the tornado came it came from the

12:31

southwest this is where the remember the

12:33

WASP building I'll roll some clips let

12:35

the games begin fire in the hole

12:37

boys put it out it's on fire no it's on

12:39

fire yeah this is this building and it's

12:41

not here anymore I mean we spent a lot

12:43

of time C I was going to say dude I

12:44

spent a lot of time what do you got C

12:46

made it thank God I was super concerned

12:49

yeah this hm we SP this is unfortunate

12:51

cuz yeah we did really have this thing

12:53

tuned up this is where we kept all the

12:54

farm stuff I mean you can see it's just

12:56

it's everywhere like how do you even

12:58

like where do you even start I don't

13:00

know how do you pick this up I don't

13:01

know where do you where do you start

13:02

with this stuff like there's a fish

13:03

feeder here all this had racks in it all

13:07

the bones that we found I mean there's

13:08

just a tiller I mean this is just crazy

13:12

dude and then it's over there kind of

13:13

hard to see now but the trees are filled

13:16

with this so it picked up the whole

13:17

thing and went and now where we were

13:19

going to do deer hunting there's just

13:20

stuff everywhere and most of the trees

13:22

actually got topped which is honestly

13:24

one of the more unfortunate things that

13:25

happened during this because you know

13:26

money can't fix that you can't I mean