More storm damage photos

A large tree fell on Terry and Dr. Alisa Hopper's South Main Street home during the May 6 tornado, leaving a large gaping hole in the roof and causing extensive damage inside the home.



<p>The home of Dawn and Randy Hunter in the Gibson Trailer Park on Hwy. 425 North was heavily damaged. The trunk of the large tree shown here just narrowly missed their bedroom.</p>




<p>The tree fell into what was once the Hoppers' second-floor master bathroom adjacent to the master bedroom. Had the home not been constructed of sturdy beams, the Hoppers were told, the tree would have fallen through the second floor and into Dr. Hopper's first-floor dentist office below the bathroom.</p>




<p>A portion of the tree entered the master bedroom very close to the Hoppers' bed on the right side of the photo. They woke only seconds before the tree fell through the roof</p>




<p>Another view of the damage at the Hunter home.</p>




<p>Roof damage at home of Terry and Dr. Alisa Hopper</p>


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