A tornado dog founds buried alive saved by survivors
As overwhelming tornadoes smacked Washington, Illinois; Jon Byler Dann struggled to defend his family unit. He was frightened that one family member didn’t endure. The family’s tornado dog called as Maggie was absent later than the tempest and supposed to be dead, but a day later slow barking was noticed impending from below the debris.
As wreckage started to thump his residence with the forthcoming squall; Jon Byler Dann shifted to basement with his children, however one member didn’t accompanied him in basement. It was Maggie, an 11-year-old tornado dog of Byler Dann. It was playful and rejected to depart her kennel.
When the tempest had gone; Byler left the cellar to locate his house totally damaged and Maggie was missing. He supposed that his adored dog had passed away.
Approximately thirty hours afterward as relatives and acquaintances rummaged around throughout what were remaining of the house a few friends heard a dim barking from underneath. They rapidly began to excavate and located Maggie obscured alive in the debris. She had befallen in a part of rug and when Byler Dann spotted her he could not stop his tears.
Byler Dann quickly got his beloved pet some water. She was cold, dirty and in pain. Friends