Speech to Text for Volunteers aid in Craig Springs tornado recovery.
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craig springs as it destroyed several structures and trees in the area. one man says one of his church buildings was destroyed and his garage was completely demolished but thanks to the volunteers the debris is almost all cleared away. "as i swing the flashlight around the yard it just broke my heart to see." john prisock- craig springs rt-0:06 the owner of this church in craig springs says the tornado caused a tree to crush his two story studio and crushed his two cars. with trees everywhere and demolished structures, five volunteers came out to clean up the debris. "we didn't have any damage so came down to help john and other neighbors around to do anything we could do to help tornado victims." aubrey ray- volunteer rt-0:08 aubrey ray says when he first seen the area agter the tornado, it looked like a war zone. he has been working here since sunday morning and says he felt compelled to help. "of course they are still very very fortunate. there were no lives lost, no major injuries or anything so very fortunate from that stand point. you can replace property but you can't replace a life." john prisock says without the help of volunteers he couldn't have made it this far. he says they've moved all the debris to the road so the county will pick it up. and are trying to cover everything today to prepare for more possible severe weather. live in craig springs nicole dantzler wtva 9 news. a baldwyn man is now in custody after an