Really glad nobody was hurt - and that it wasn't on a weekend when you were there.
We were coming back from Alaska to Atlanta quite a few years ago. We were driving hard/long days to get home because of work Monday.
We pulled into a KOA in Lawrence Kansas after dark, grabbed a quick meal and were about to turn it when the Tornado sirens went off. Everybody went to the Cement block campground office. The Tornado didn't hit the campground directly but from the damage the next morning it had passed within a couple of hundred feet. Every RV in the park that was crossways to the wind was blown over - several were rolled. By pure dumb luck we were parked facing the direction of the wind AND because it was late and we were pulling out again 1st thing, we hadn't unhitched. The Weight Distributing hitch and everything was hooked up - so both the car and trailer were one unit.
But we did notice something interesting the next morning. Based on imprints in the soft soil, the trailer was about 5 feet from where we originally parked it.
Nobody in the park was hurt but there at least 40 units badly damaged and 10 of those were probably totaled. We didn't get much sleep that night helping neighbors gather their belongings and try to find someplace to sleep.
And being from Georgia - when the siren went off we thought "what the heck is that noise" and almost ignored it.
Buddy Ray - Atlanta
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