Recovery Continues In Southern Indiana
Cleanup following Friday's devastating tornado is underway in Southern Indiana.
Residents in the small community of Henryville gathered over the weekend to salvage what they can of belongings. the National Weather service says the tornado that ripped through Henryville was a "violent" EF-4 twister.
The weather service's Joe Sullivan says wind speeds were about 175 miles per hour. The tornado hit Chelsea, Indiana with the same intensity.
Debris from Henryville, including paper documents from a bank, were found more than 70 miles away in the Cincinnati area.