Storm shelters are somewhat of a rarity in homes nowadays, but one family in Breman, Ky. said they wouldn’t be here today if it wasn’t for their shelter.
Jordan Evans and his son Gage were together when devastating storms and tornadoes hit western Kentucky late Friday night.
Gage was with his dad when the storm hit, but his mother and the rest of his family were right in the path of the storm. Their house didn’t have a basement and there was no way to get below ground, except for one unique place just next door – a storm shelter, 10 feet down and 12 feet wide.
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