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Our family home was located at N. Static radio al so she turned the radio off. So she was unaware of the tornado. Deke was out with friends playing Baseball. So as a 3 year old I donot where it was but I recall it was such destruction. We lived on the top floor of an apartment house that had three floors and three apartments. I remember my Dad was home, which didn?

My Mom had prepared dinner and we had just finished eating, she had made a cherry pie and had just served it to us. All of a sudden the lady from downstairs, ran up the back stairway and yelled for us to get to the basement FAST that there was a tornado coming. I remember all of us running down the stairs as fast as we could, we didn? We got to the basement, there were about children, including my sister and me.

There must have been at least that many adults too. We were all squished into a very little room, there was a bed and a crib in the room. All the kids hid under the crib. There was a man there that was really drunk and kept trying to get out. I remember everyone trying to control him, finally my Dad knocked him out and he fell to the floor, where he remained. The wind was howling so loud it sounded like a freight train was coming through the wall.

Since it was a basement, there were small windows up high.

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My Mom and Dad grabbed the mattress of the bed and held it up to the window, I remember them struggle to hold it in place, all the while the kids were crying. I remember holding my little sister, she was so scared. It seemed like it went on for a long time. Seemed like forever.

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I remember after a time it got very still for a while, then started up full force again. I remember how still it was after it was all over. When we went outside, the house across the street, I remember they had just finished remodeling it, was completely gone, only the front steps remained. All the power lines were down the only vehicle on the street that didn? His toolboxes were sitting on the sidewalk next to his truck. When we looked up on the side of the building, we saw a 2X6 plank embedded straight into the wall of our apartment, which was on the third floor.

When we went up to our apparent, everything was wet, my sister? There was water and glass all over the dining room table, including the cherry pie. All the windows had blown out. When we went into the bathroom the plank was sticking through the wall. There wasn? You know it? I still talk about it and think about it when I hear of tornado?

There was one this week that wiped out an entire town in Kansas, I feel so sorry for those people. I pray for them and wish them well. We had just moved to fargo from minot. I remember that day pretty good. Our whole family was sitting out in the front yard as it was muggy but did not seem to hot.

I know our family did not know there was a tornado was coming. I was in the street in front of the house and then I heard a rumbling sound an then looked towards the northwest and I could see fast moving dark cloud with lots of debris floating around. It looked as it was coming straight at us.

I remember asking my dad what it was. That got things going as he rushed us down the basement.

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I kept asking mom were he was as I guess he went up to watch. We were lucky though as it turned east. We went an toured the damaged area after it was over with and the thing odd I remember was one with its side peeled of and seeing the bath tub still there. That house was near NDSU just across from 13 th street. Our house is not very far from the train trestle, so when ever we had rain storms after that and a train would go over the trestle it sounded just like the tornado and it scared us kids for weeks after the storm. That was my first experience of tornado, I had two others. I outside of Moorhead as I watched from the red river dam my the main avenue bridge.

That one just dropped out of the sky just once then went back up. The third was when I lived in Langdon. There I saw a small twister just south of Langdon heading east. I got in my car and tried to follow it to get some pictures, but I changed my mind as I thought I was getting to close. I remember that one tearing the new asphalt that was just laid down on Highway 66 east of Nekoma ND.

Some one did get pictures of it and it made National Geographic years later. Around suppertime it began to grow dark in the west. I was living in North Moorhead with my husband and 6 year old daughter. We were expecting my sister, Rennay to arrive later that evening from Mpls. We were listening to the radio and heard the alerts. We only had a crawl space under our house so we ran across the street to a neighbor who had a basement.

Alter the storm passed, we went back home with a steady rain falling. There were shredded papers, pieces of pictures, twigs, leaves all over the yards.

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We heard North Fargo had been demolished. My parents lived on 10 st and 12 Ave so we were very concerned. We quickly started driving to Fargo and were only able to get to the Great Northern train depot. We left the car there and began walking north on 4 street. It was dark and wires were arcing and trees and branches and debris laying all over. We got to the corner of 9 st and 12 ave and by bending down we could see by the skyline that the roof of my parents house was gone.

We made it up to the house. Dad's car was tuned on its side in the driveway wrapped with live wires. The front and back porches were ripped from the stucco house. The roof was gone and wires were all over. We couldn't get inside but we yelled and yelled and received no answer. Maybe they were gone, we did not know. We made it back home and later picked up my sister at the bus station. We tried calling my parents phone, calling the Red Cross, police. Lines were jammed and confusion seemed to be everywhere.

The next day the Red Cross called and asked me to go to the hospital because they had some unidentified people there and may be my Dad. It was not and later that day the police called and had found my parents alive and well. They had hunkered down in the basement while the storm blew fragments of all sizes around them. They had dragged mattress into the kitchen which still had a ceiling and had slept there. They had not heard us yelling because the roaring sound of the tornado had deafened them along with the sirens screaming throughout the night.

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