Storm ravages Little City family's home

By: Nicole Holt Email
By: Nicole Holt Email

LITTLE CITY, Okla. --When severe weather strikes, you never know when and where it will hit.

"It sounded more like a booming noise. That's when it lifted the roof off."

"It's all gone. It's all gone."

Bill and Carol Brewer are describing what they heard last night, when straight winds swept through their small town of Little City, Oklahoma. The roof of their home completely tore off and scattered across Cumberland Cove during Wednesday night's storms.

"That's the entire roof, along with the insulation. The ceiling fans were laying belly side up. All of his hard work is gone. The winds came through last night, and they were angry, " says Carol.

The couple has lived on Cumberland Cove for more than two years. They have spent their entire savings and time trying to refinish their home. In fact, just a few months before Bill had heart surgery last year, he built a new addition onto the home. Their hard work was literally washed and blown away.

The Brewer's have no insurance and are now relying on friends and family to help pick up the pieces. But through it all, their spirits remain high. Carol says, "With Gods help, we can rebuild."

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