Twisters, Tragedies And Miracles

Last Monday, 18-month-old Jonathan Waldick of Kissimmee, Fla., was asleep, wrapped in a blanket, when a tornado roared through his room. After the twister passed, Waldick's great-grandmother, Shirley Driver, along with several neighbors, began a frantic search for the boy.

Thirty minutes later they found him, some 50 ft. from his house, his tiny foot poking out of a pile of tree limbs, trash and other debris. Other than a few scratches, he was fine--and he was still wrapped in that blanket. The house he was blown out of, however, was pulverized.

"I don't care about this as long as he's...

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