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By Scotty Rae Hettinger

At 5:41 P.M. on might 22, 2011, an EF5 twister hit Joplin, Missouri. It used to be an important tornado that destroyed miles of homes down its course, leaving homes, companies, vegetation, and every thing it hit devastated, in rubble. Then as though it were eternally, the forty-five-second disaster left 161 deaths, accidents and disbelief, and tales of survival . . . tales of faith.

Scott Hettinger’s interviews with many survivors presents a true photograph of what that afternoon was once like, in a number of issues of view. a few have been of their houses doing chores, a few attending commencement, a few purchasing, whereas others stayed with their households for fish fry and such. yet there have been darkish clouds over Joplin, powerful winds, crimson lightning . . . and every thing used to be ok. Then the twister sirens went off.

5/22: tales of Survival, tales of religion presents robust examples of ways robust God's palms are in occasions of need.

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