TROY, AL. (WTVY) - A woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, says she heard a loud noise coming from outside her window at Hunter’s Mountain in Troy and the next thing she knew...
"Oh my god! It was like full air. One dog we found...she got thrown all the way to the end of the trailer park. She's 12 years old and she didn't even get a broken bone," said the neighbor.
The woman, along with the rest of her neighbors, is concerned about the whereabouts of the other dog and the boys who live inside of the trailer home.
"We cannot find that boy nowhere...yes. They spray painted that on the side. He doesn't leave anywhere without his car or his dog. He loves that dog like a child,” replied the neighbor.
On the other side of town…
Wanda Moultry, Executive Director at OCAP, says "When I pulled up and saw part of our roof wrapped around a pole...I said Lord have mercy."
OCAP is located on N Three Notch Street.
Along with OCAP, there are several other businesses along this road that suffered from Sunday morning's tornado.
"The entire roof has been snatched off. We have interior damage where all of our office ceilings are falling in," replied Moultry.
"We are blessed that nobody was here, but we have major damage," said Moultry.
As for Troy University, the campus was not affected.