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Topic - Martin Weidner
In the North Alabama city of Cullman, forever changed by April's tornado outbreak, one historic spot went untouched.
In a north Alabama city forever changed by April's tornado outbreak, one historic spot went untouched by destruction.
Brother Martin Weidner, a monk who lives at the monastery, says the grounds of the abbey were in the direct line of the path of the storms.
"I actually saw the tornado coming directly toward us," said Brother Weidner, who witnessed his first Alabama tornado from the window of his second-story bedroom in the monastery.