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NEW PEKIN, Ind. (WDRB) -- If time heals all wounds, then five months is clearly not enough time for Jack Brough. He's still struggling to cope after a tornado killed his daughter and her family and ravaged parts of Indiana.
This week will mark five months since the tornado killed Moriah Brough, her boyfriend Joseph Babcock, and their children: two-year old Jaydon, 15-month old Angel and two-month old Kendall. Angel initially survived the tornado, but later died at Kosair Children's Hospital.
Now, Jack Brough has another worry – the health of his 18-year-old daughter.
"It's been kind of rough. It hasn't been a pleasant deal," said Brough.
Kendra Brough has battled a rare kidney disease for two years. She visits a dialysis center three times a week. She walks with a cane after recently suffering a stroke. She lost the use of her left arm. After her losing her sister and relatives, the stroke and kidney disease has created a new hardship for this family still stricken with grief.
"It's stressful because I can't just focus on one thing, I have so many things going on at once," said Kendra Brough.
Kendra agreed to be interviewed, hoping that others would hear her pleas for help and guidance. She recently lost Medicaid and is trying to re-qualify. She's hoping someone can point her in the right direction. She says she wants a kidney transplant.
"I need a transplant so I won't have no more problems," Kendra Brough said.
Jack Brough still works in the lumber yard within feet of where his daughter, her children and her boyfriend were found dead following that tornado. It gives him a feeling he says that is very confusing.
"I still sense Moriah's presence. I felt it today at work. It's mind boggling," said Jack Brough.
Both Brough and his daughter Kendra are hoping that healing process will start soon.