On Friday afternoon, a tornado with 100 mile-an-hour winds moved south of Vaughn Road and the Eastern Bypass in Montgomery, Alabama. The twister quickly moved east and struck an apartment complex, a new school, a ballpark, and numerous homes.
A story on WSFA News states that residents worked through the night to save what they could, but when the sun came up, they found the true extent of the damage.
"All of the top story [of my garage] came down, and it wiped out my jewelry business, my sewing business, my genealogy, and my woodcarving," explained Lynn Trzcinsky of Pike Road.
Question: do you have a backup of your genealogy findings and, if so, is it stored someplace other than at your home?