Mom Finds 4-Month-Old Baby Sucked up By Tornado While He or She Is Lying “Gently” in A Tree!


A 4-month-old boy was sucked up by a tornado in Tennessee and saved after his family’s mobile home was destroyed In the storm. Baby’s mother said she was “pretty sure” her son had died when the storm swept him away.

According to Sydney Moore, who spoke to WSMV-TV, the storm that hit their Clarksville home on Saturday tore off the roof and lifted the bassinet that her son was in. Moore said that when the child’s father, her boyfriend, tried to grab the cot, he too was thrown into the twister.

“He was just holding on to the bassinet the whole time, and they went into circles, he said, and then they got thrown,” he said. At about the same time, Moore jumped on top of their other son, who is 1, in another room while the wind howled. She said she grabbed the child as the walls came down.

Moore and the little girl were squished under the trailer, but Moore said she was able to squeeze them out. They looked for the younger son for ten minutes before finding him in the pouring rain sleeping in a downed tree. “I was pretty sure he was dead and we weren’t going to find him,” Moore stated. “But he’s here, and that’s by the grace of God.”

Everyone in the family got hurt, but they all made it out alive. Their home and goods were destroyed. A GoFundMe page has been set up by Moore’s sister to help them get better. Beyond $34,000 had been raised by Friday morning.

Mother Finds 4-Month-Old

On Saturday, a string of strong storms that produced tornadoes killed six people. Arlan Garrick Coty, 10, was one of them. According to a Facebook post by Arlan’s mother Katherine Burnham, the fourth-grader did not make it out of his house because it was in the straight path of the storm.

KTVF says that the other victims were Donna Allen, 59, of Florida, and Stephen Kwaah Hayes, 34, of Clarksville. They were identified by the Clarksville Police Department.

Nashville Police say three other people died when the storm hit a town of mobile homes in Madison. They were named as Joseph Dalton, 37, Florida Gabriel Perez, 31, and her 2-year-old son Anthony Elmer Mendez.

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