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VIDEO: Couple ‘blessed to be alive’ after diving into ditch during tornado | New York Post

A couple feels “blessed to be alive” after they were forced to flee their RV and dive into a ditch to escape a rampaging tornado in Texas. Harrowing footage of them narrowly avoiding the vortex of doom is currently swirling up thousands of views and likes online. “We feel blessed to be alive and to have our tiny home on wheels intact,” said Zachary Peck-Chapman, 34, of the “Wizard Of Oz”-esque incident, which occurred Tuesday after a tornado touched down in the Country Livin’ RV park in Orange, Texas. The National Weather Service had issued an alter warning residents that the situation was “life threatening” and implored them to “seek shelter now!” Peck-Chapman — who was traveling from Kitty Hawk, North Carolina — told Storyful why he and his unnamed partner decided to stay put: “We knew there was a warning in the surrounding area, but we didn’t feel it was safe to drive out in the weather.” Read more at #texas #tornado #caughtoncamera The New York Post is your source for breaking news, news about New York, sports, business, entertainment, opinion, real estate, culture, fashion, and more. Subscribe to New York Post Sports: Catch the latest news here: Follow The New York Post on: Twitter - Facebook -


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