Woman’s Prayer Closet Only Thing Left Standing After Tornado Wipes Away Home
Streck says it's not clear whether the Harrison Township woman died where she was found or the creek carried her there. Crews had been searching for her since Memorial Day.
She was reported missing several hours before the tornado outbreak. Authorities said storm damage had made the search especially difficult and crews couldn't see Clayburn until the creek waters receded. Skip to main content. Weather Warnings.
Dayton woman recounts moment twister ripped through her home
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Streck said the search for Clayburn faced challenges due to downed power lines, rising waters and difficult terrain that featured spots with 15 feet of trees stacked like Legos. Neighborhood resident J.
Cooper said he often saw Clayburn walking. We all was hoping that. The tornado outbreak was responsible for the death of year-old Celina resident Melvin Dale Hannah, who was killed when a parked vehicle was thrown into his house by a tornado while he slept. Thank you for reading the Dayton Daily News and for supporting local journalism.