Family Reunites With Dog Their After Tornado A Tore Them Apart

A couple of years ago, a tornado ripped through Van, Texas, destroying much in its path, as well as taking people’s lives.

One family was trying to escape the storm by driving to safety when their car was involved in a horrible collision caused by strong winds and a tree. The truck was flipped over and destroyed.

In the confusion and chaos of a car wreck and a tornado, the family’s dog, Tater, was spooked and ran off into the unknown. The family could not locate him, and soon, they were rushed to the hospital in order to be treated for injuries.

While the family was safe, they worried that they were never going to see their beloved Tater ever again.

However, when the family returned to the scene of the crash two days after the storm had passed, they were greeted by a miraculous sight: their precious Tater was there waiting for them, completely unscathed.

The moment was a highly emotional and tearful reunion, which you can watch below:

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