On the night of December 10-11, the state of Kentucky, United States, experienced a series of devastating tornadoes. The material damage and the human toll are so heavy that authorities have called it “the deadliest storm in Kentucky history.” “Six workers died in an Amazon warehouse,” Mirror magazine reports, but they are not the only ones. Several dozen other victims, including young children, died during the passage of these tornadoes. The tornado, however, spared a few miraculous, including Clara Lutz’s grandchildren.

On Friday evening, December 10, “Clara Lutz put her two grandchildren in Kentucky in a bath with blankets, pillows and a bible,” reports Local12. Grandmother Clara Lutz, 15-month-old Kaden and 3-month-old Dallas, said she felt the house shake as well as a rumble. “The next moment the tub had lifted and I was out of my hands. I couldn’t hold it,” she said. She lost sight of the tub and the children. All she could do was beg, “Lord, please bring my babies back to me safe and sound. Please, I’m begging you,” she said.

The bathtub landed upside down on the grass outside

Kaden and Dallas’ grandmother discovered the tub upside down on the grass with the two children living in it. While she was waiting in the sheriff’s car, the sheriff and his team brought the children to her. “One of the babies had a big ocher on the back of his head, we didn’t know what was wrong,” continues the grandmother. Clara Lutz said the baby’s brain was bleeding, but it quickly recovered after he was taken to hospital.

Two miraculous babies © The Mirror

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