Entering Muhlenberg County, a sight to behold, lines of trees toppled over, homes without rooftops, living rooms strewn about the streets, it looked like a warzone. For many of these homeowners, it was a living nightmare, but the reality of the situation set in as the sun came up. Locky Beasley was home with his wife Alisha and three kids when the tornado ripped through neighborhood just off of the 189 Bypass. His wife and baby headed for the basement, while Locky grabbed his other two kids. Beasley: "I pretty much threw them down the stairwell and the next thing I knew, I was hit with flying debris." Being hit in the head with a 2x4 would be the least of his concerns. Daylight would reveal much more. His house was destroyed, as was his parents and grandparents. Twisted like a tin can thrown into the yard. A couple miles down the road, in the Gas Light Park, destruction can be seen everywhere, with dark clouds overhead, families are now trying to fix a few repairs before more bad weather blows through Louis Slinker: "Im just fortunate to have 2 daughters and son in laws to take over cleaning the yard, windows, everything. 2959 You know you see it on TV, but you never really realize it until your in the midst of it." Despite the damage, no one in this neighborhood was injured, and for that these families are grateful. While the tri-state has become accustomed to these types of storms, those that live through a tornado, say theyll never forget it.