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The Ramirez Family's house was split in two by a treed that fell on top of it during Tropical Storm Isaias;

Ramirez Family's Home Split by Tree During Tropical Storm Isaias



Greg Ramirez pulled his daughter Mia
to safety after Tropical Storm Isaias
caused a tree to fall on their house
trapping her underneath the debris
by Nathan'ette Burdine: August 23, 2020
 


“BOOM!” “What the?!” is what Greg Ramirez likely said as he watched Tropical Storm Isaias uproot a tree from the earth in his yard and then body slam the tree down into his two story home, splitting it in two.

Back on August 6, 2020, Greg Ramirez and his family were going about their normal day when all of a sudden they heard a sound resembling a train passing by.

Greg Ramirez didn’t pay that any never mind, though. He and his family had been living in their home for 2 ½ years. They hadn’t been through anything like this before. Plus, this was a tropical storm. Nothing ever happens with a tropical storm. Therefore, everyone in the Ramirez family went back to doing what they were doing.

Greg Ramirez was down on the first floor with his two young children, nine-year-old Jayden and seven-year-old Mia; while his fiancé, Jaramillo, was upstairs on the second floor working in her office.

As they were all moving about, without a care in the world, it happen…The night blanketed the sky, the trees begin swinging faster, from side to side, and the howling from the wind grew louder and louder. “Everything went into slow motion,” said Ramirez. The next thing he knows, Boom, Tropical Storm Isaias splits his house in half. “My instincts were-save your family, just save your family. I’ve never felt this uneasiness before. After a few seconds, I said God I can’t find her.”

Greg Ramirez says he put everything he had in sending a prayer up to God so he could find his daughter. “Take everything from me, take my things, take the house. Help me find my daughter, help me get my family out and I’ll be happy, just hemp me do this.”

The Lawd heard his prayer and said, “Thou will be done.” Ramirez felt a small hand grab his. He looked down and then he grabbed lil’ Mia from up under the debris and said, “Thank you, God!”  “You’re welcome, my child,” is what God more than likely said.

Jaramillo says that she’s grateful that everyone is ok because things would’ve turned out differently if she hadn’t been in her home office. “It’s what I consider saved my life. I would’ve been working in my room, I would’ve been really hurt or killed,” is what Jaramillo said.

A GoFundMe page has been set up in order to help the family get back on their feet again. As for Tropical Storm Isaias, she has an “eh” attitude about all of the cane she’s raised from the Caribbean Islands all the way up the east coast of America.

Isaias believes she’s done nothing wrong. She could’ve came here as a hurricane, but she didn’t because she thought that would’ve been a little rude to bring all of that water and wind to the humans’ domain.

So, in order to be respectful like, Isaias made a conscience effort to turn herself down several notches to tropical storm mode. Besides, she’s new to this and she didn’t know that at tropical storm status she could throw tress into houses, splitting them in two.

None of the other storms told her she could do that. This was her first time in hurricane and tropical storm mode. If Isaias had known then what she knows now, she would’ve just stayed on the west coast of Africa, passing wind and gulping up the Atlantic and then spitting it back out over there.




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