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at Owens Lake Commons in Walbridge are picking up after an EF2 tornado in Wood
County left some Owens student athletes without a home.
News Now's certified most accurate weather team predicted that the storm would
sweep through the area, not giving residents much time to think about what to
do. Now some students at Owens Community College say they are thankful to be
alive because they were just seconds away from ending up under a pile of
ran to the bathroom," said Blaze Hogan. "We literally dove into the downstairs
bathroom. We had about six or seven of us, and we shut the door, and that's
when everything started coming down."
says Mother Nature showed him just what she can do in the blink of an eye.
moment where we thought stuff was going to happen was [when] we looked out the
back door and we saw the pond water spraying onto the other houses," he said.
the wind came.
saw birds just being thrown, and we were just like, ‘That's not good.' We look
left and you just saw a bunch of debris."
roof of the house that Hogan shared with roommates was torn off and slammed
we'd have looked out three seconds later, all the debris would have fallen on
us, because we were right behind that door," he said.
and others displaced by the storm will stay in other apartments in the complex