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this was the warning people heard in Dayton Ohio overnight moments before destructive tornadoes ripped through town trees were uprooted power lines knocked down and homes destroyed whom everything just started crashing around us and ripped off %HESITATION my garage my neighbor's garage several trees despite significant damage across the heavily populated city officials say it appears no one was killed we have yet to find one for about a and we have had three minor injuries , I find that pretty rack illus but if the word is warned that could change during the day as crews continue search and rescue operations through neighborhoods that were obliterated I'm laying there shaking my head up against the wall the wall shaking back and forth there's when from the tornadoes pushing through up to the vet and my face and I'm freaking out sitting there last about I'd say ten fifteen seconds scariest fifteen seconds of my life severe weather has wreaked havoc across the US heartland in recent days a spate of tornadoes and floods killed at least six people in Oklahoma over the weekend and more storms are forecast to hit the region later this week