RADCLIFF, KY (WAVE) - Storm
clean-up continued into the evening Thursday
throughout Hardin County after a string of
storms snapped utility poles and toppled
Neighbors near Radcliff's
Scenic Drive spent
hours picking up the pieces after an early
morning storm left behind a path of destruction.
"The neighbor's tree is over the fence in my yard now," said Brigitte
Earlier in the morning, Wells
said her family had been startled by the storm's strength.
"My husband was running through the hallway and he
said, 'let's go to the basement, let's go to the basement' and I said, 'what?'
He said, 'I felt the house shake!'," recalled
Scenic Drive resident Brigitte Wells.
"I heard a whirlwind coming around," said Carlus
Cox, a Scenic Drive resident.
"At five, or 5:30 this morning, the roof just popped
right off and then a bunch of rain come
pouring into the house," said Deborah Clark while assisting neighbors along
Kingswood Way. "We're here as a group to help them to move their
items to their new home."
That teamwork existed
throughout the neighborhood Thursday evening as the close knit community worked
together to get the massive clean-up job done.
"Everybody needs help,"
said Scenic Drive resident Julian Cox. "So,
that's what we were doing."
The Red Cross and Radcliff
Police Department also assisted neighbors in need.