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January 26, 2017 / Posted by:

The bathtub that saved a 75-year-old woman and her son during a tornado!

Our modern day Dorothies are a 75-year-old woman and her son who survived through a bitch ass tornado after they took cover in a bathtub and were carried away. If you’re wondering if the bathtub landed in a weird word full of witches and heartless and brainless tricks, it didn’t go all the way to DC. The bathtub blew about 50 feet from their house in East Texas. CBS 19 says that Charlesetta Williams and her son, Ricky Williams, were watching TV in their house in Marion County on Saturday night when he saw a tornado coming through the window. Ricky knew what to do. He grabbed his mom, got into the bathtub with her and threw a blanket over them. They don’t remember much except for a BOOM, and when they woke up, they were in the woods.

Their house was completely destroyed, but thankfully, Charlesetta and Rickey are fine. Nancy Rogers, the captain of Gray Volunteer Fire Department, said that the hand of God must’ve been protecting Charlesetta and her son because their roof was completely snatched off. The Dorothy of East Texas told CBS 19 that she hopes she’ll never have to take a wild ride in a bathtub again. Well, not that kind of wild ride in a bathtub, anyway.

“I’m blessed. I hope I don’t have to go through another one. I couldn’t make it. I’d die of a heart attack.”

I hope that insurance covers Charlesetta’s destroyed home, and if they don’t, I hope she starts a GoFundMe. Or I hope Disneyland buys that savior tub and uses it when they retool Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride for a ride called Ms. Charlesetta’s Wild Ride.

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