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Deborah A. Brown shared video to Facebook showing damage to a street in Selma, Alabama, after a tornado ripped through the city Thursday.
A woman can be heard off-camera describing her experience. She said she was in a tax office when the tornado hit, and that the people inside ran to take shelter in a closet.
“We could’ve been gone, y’all,” the woman is heard saying in the video. “We had to run for cover. We had to go run and jump in the closet.”
The video shows vehicles with shattered windows and other debris from a building can be seen in the road.
The woman is heard repeatedly thanking God for her survival.
“I ain’t never been so scared in my life, but I was praying,” she said.