VIDEO: Remembering the Bowling Green & KY tornadoes one year later
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) - One year ago, the so-called Bowling Green Bubble was no more. South-central Kentucky experienced a deadly and devastating night that we will never forget.
WBKO News was live on the air on December 10th and into the early morning of December 11th. Our building was shaking as the storm rolled into Bowling Green - leaving behind a deadly path of destruction just a few hundred yards away from our studios on Russellville Road.
Recovery and rebuilding have been underway in the 12 months since that night. But we know the recovery is more than just new buildings; it’s an emotional recovery that will continue for years.
One year later, WBKO News shares just some of those stories of recovery. It’s a small snapshot of how far we’ve come.
PART ONE: Man remembers brother killed in storm | Woman moves back into Creekwood | Residents in Magnolia, Nutwood work to rebuild lives
PART TWO: Single mom prioritizes safety as she works to rebuild life after Dec. 2021 tornado.
PART THREE: Bypass Business works to reopen
PART FOUR: Logan County, Mayfield, Dawson Springs, Bremen still recover after 2021 tornadoes
PART FIVE: Bowling Green city leader reflects on Tornado Recovery
PART SIX: Honoring the victims
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