Neighbors help clean up mess after tornado

Tuesday’s tornado uprooted trees across Graves County, Kentucky.

Lindsay Wilkerson says her grandma was alone at her home in Clear Springs when the tornado came ripping through the yard.

Wilkerson says it was a mess, but the cleanup was quick thanks to some neighbors.

"When I pulled up, there were three or four tractors going and men from everywhere already with chainsaws cleaning things up," says Wilkerson. "So it was pretty cool to see."

Wilkerson says they got most of the cleanup done, but there will still be more to do in the morning.

Related Articles

Saudi Arabia says women will be allowed to drive for the first time Saudi Arabia says it will allow women to drive for the first time in the ultra-conservative kingdom.
Deputies search for missing McCracken County teen Sheriff's deputies are asking for your help finding a teenage girl who has been reported missing in McCracken County on Tuesday. 
Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker will not seek reelection Republican Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee has announced he is not running for reelection.
Minister shot in church: ‘I thought I was dying’ A minister says he thought he was dying after a gunman shot him in his Tennessee church.