1993 Super Storm Remembered: 22 Years Later - WSFA Weather

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Don Walker

Was in The Great Smokey Mountains when it hit. Was caught there for two days. When was able to head back to Montgomery, Al a five and half hour drive took us two days to make it back. Had to sleep on floor of hospital, then a small church. Then drove in snow 25 to 30 mph until reaching home. Two small kids and worried about getting home safe. Never seen anything like this before. It was a blizzard that you only saw on T. V. But we saw it and lived it. One for the history books for sure. Got home worked for P.D. had to go straight to work.

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