If This Is Not a Miracle, Then Tell Me What It Is

In Clarksville, Tennessee, a story of resilience emerged after a destructive tornado hit the Hol Park Mobile Home Community, claiming three lives. Amidst the chaos, four-month-old baby Lord had a miraculous survival story.

Sydney Moore, Lord’s mother, shared her harrowing experience. As she shielded her one-year-old son, Princeton, her boyfriend rushed to rescue Lord from his bassinet. When the tornado struck, it swept the bassinet, with Lord inside, into the air. Remarkably, Lord stayed in the bassinet despite being tossed by the storm.

After the tornado passed, Moore’s first thought was of her baby. Astonishingly, they found Lord perched in a tree with a deep cut on his face. Despite the injury, Lord survived. “It’s truly a miracle,” Moore said.

The family navigated the wreckage to get medical attention. Lord had a head injury and an ear injury, and Moore’s boyfriend broke his shoulder. A damaged bassinet near their home is a constant reminder of their harrowing ordeal and resilience.

The tornado wreaked havoc on the Hol Park Mobile Home Community, resulting in the loss of three lives. Amidst the chaos, baby Lord’s story stands out as a beacon of hope. “Despite everything, we’re just grateful he’s alive,” Moore reflected.