Incredible drone footage shows a perfectly intact house surrounded by complete devastation after it narrowly missed being leveled by the deadly tornadoes that killed 23 people when it ripped through Alabama and parts of Georgia more than a week ago.
The video was captured by photographer Matt Gillespie as his drone flew over Ellersie, Georgia.
Gillespie shared the video on Facebook with the caption that it's 'insane that this house is still standing and thank God these residents are ok!'
The home appeared to be in the direct pathway of the storm, but it miraculously suffered little damage.
In the video, trees surrounding the two-story home are uprooted. The home did appear to have minor damage to the roof.
Footage captured by eyewitness Scott Peake in Beauregard, Alabama shows a large tornado on the horizon and the aftermath along the road.
At least 23 people have died & multiple others have been hurt in several large tornadoes that have lashed parts of Alabama & Georgia, tearing off roofs, uprooting trees, and leaving a grim trail of destruction.
SUMMIT COUNTY, Colo. – A driver traveling through Interstate 70 on Sunday captured the moment an avalanche came barreling down through Ten Mile Canyon between Frisco and Copper Mountain
Officials with the Colorado Avalanche Information Center (CAIC) tweeted the video, saying the highway was not affected by the avalanche.
They also said debris from the phenomenon ended up in Ten Mile Creek, adding that these type of avalanches with large powder clouds can occur during heavy snowfall events.
The Summit Daily News reported the Colorado Department of Transportation was doing avalanche-mitigation work along the I-70 corridor on Sunday, but that they were unaware of any avalanche-related injuries or closures.
Hot lava and volcanic ash spewed from Mount Karangetang in Indonesia on Saturday, burying roads and forcing hundreds of people from nearby villages to flee their homes. Bad weather conditions are making it difficult for authorities to carry out rescue operations. The volcano is located in the island chain of Sulawesi
Giant waves, whipped up by Storm Helena, battered Nazaré in Portugal on Friday but the conditions were so treacherous that no surfers dared take on the famously extreme break.
Locals said this was the biggest day of the season and maybe the biggest in several years with waves estimated to have been more than 80-feet.
Despite the fact that no-one was surfing, crowds gathered by the famous lighthouse to watch the raw power of nature.
Pedro Miranda, the filmmaker who captured this footage said: "If the wind was off-shore or a bit lighter this could’ve been easily the day for a new record-breaking wave, the big ones were true monsters."
Praia do Norte beach, near the fishing village of Nazaré, became famous worldwide for huge waves in 2011 when Hawaiian surfer Garrett McNamara set a world record for the largest wave ever surfed at 78-feet. In 2017 that record was broken by Brazilian surfer Rodrigo Koxa, who successfully rode a wave measuring 80-feet.
About 85 percent of the nation is facing below freezing temperatures on Wednesday, and nearly half of those 230 million people could see a dip to below zero. TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer reports from Minnesota, saying “It’s certainly the coldest I’ve ever been.”
A tornado on Jan 27, 2019 hit the Turkish resort of Antalya, injuring a dozen people, overturning buses and damaging aeroplanes at the airport with officials warning on Sunday of the risk of more bad weather.