ATLANTA -- Everyone thought the community wastornadoproof but that belief wasdisprovedon Wednesdaynight.
Ray Heath and William Bishop both survived thetornadothat wiped out the bulk of their neighborhood.
Heath said, "The rain started getting real bad and the noise, something else, and glass started breaking in the living room and the door flew open and mud started flying and we went to the back of the house and just held on. We thought it was going to go on forever and then it just quit."
The twosome said they felt the walls shaking and had no idea if they would end up flying or staying on the ground.
The tornado hit with unbelievable force, snapping trees and blowing out glass.
However, these neighbors are happy to be alive.
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