Bradford County Cleans Up Tornado Damage
Today the sun revealed all of the damage from Thursday's afternoon tornado.
Some people only received strong winds and very heavy rain but not everyone was so lucky. Paul Funderburk, who was in his home with his son when the twister hit said, "You just can't image. You just look at stuff you lost...just amazing. I look at it this way...God pulled me through it."
Robert Underhill said he received around $100,000 of damage, "My hay barn, it got all my dog bins, all my fence is blown down, all the cows are scared to death back there in the pasture. They were running around."
Amazingly, the fire department said only one person received minor injuries and according to the Red Cross as of Friday afternoon no one needed housing assistance.
Now, Funderburk said people are coming out to help, "My church has come out and I got guys from work they called. They are coming out bringing about 20 guys to help clean up."
And, help Funderburk find that ray of sunlight in what could have been a disastrous situation.
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