Six homes were destroyed so badly by the twister Tuesday night, they are deemed unlivable.
Another dozen homes were damaged, but just cosmetic damage.
ABC Action News spoke to people in who say they saw the clouds gathering and knew something was going to happen-- but they just didn’t know how bad it was going to be.
They tell us their just glad it wasn’t a lot worse.
"We don’t know where we will be living. We don’t know what kind of damage there is to the place. We had done all kinds of repairs to it and got it all fixed up and we said we would have a vacation without doing nothing to the house and then hallelujah this is what we come home to,” Leslie Hill said.
She said she is just glad nobody got hurt, the Red Cross is taking care of the families who were displaced.
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President Barack Obama shook hands with Cuban President Raul Castro Tuesday at a memorial service for Nelson Mandela, a simple gesture that, while promptly downplayed by the White House, created a furor in Washington among critics of the Cuban regime.