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MARYSVILLE, Ky (WDRB) -- The tornado damage in Marysville is extensive. A roof, once on a home, is lying on the ground.
"It was almost like hell on Earth," describes Samantha Cross.
The fast moving tornado blasted Marysville in northern Clark County. Just 100 people live here but the storm managed to touch every building, flattening a 2-story house. It ripped the roof right off this brick building. The tornado uprooted trees and their falling branches took down power lines. Officials evacuated residents for the evening, many carrying or pushing what they had left. We found Cross carrying the only pair of dry shoes she had. Her home, she says is gone after winds carried it off the foundation. "I'm 35-years-old. Biggest tornado I have seen. You could see it coming down Highway 3. It was amazing. Almost like out of that movie Twister. I was like, ‘Oh my god.'"
The community is now relying on faith to get them through. Even though it's punctured, much like the town chapel, it's still intact. "Officials say the clean-up starts bright and early Saturday morning. They're also looking for help from animal control officers for pets either killed or lost in the storm.