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BREAKING WX 12N 6-12-08 Iowa Twister Hits Little Sioux Scout Ranch: 4 Scouts Killed; 48 Injured
Camper Ben Karschner said it was over quickly. "Eight seconds, and the tornado passed. That was like the longest eight seconds I've ever had," he told CNN affiliate KETV in Omaha.
Thomas White, an 18-year-old Eagle Scout and staff member, said he lay on the ground with several of the younger Scouts as the tornado roared through.
"The grace of God helped us for sure," he said. Logsdon said one of his friends was among the four killed.
In what Iowa Gov. Chet Culver called "a blow right to the gut" Thursday morning, the storm killed four Boy Scouts and sent dozens of others to hospitals.
Forty-eight Scouts and staff members were injured.
Broken trees and tattered remnants of tents were scattered throughout the Boy Scout campground, midway between Sioux City, Iowa, and Omaha, Nebraska. Nothing was left of a bunkhouse where Scouts had sought shelter and where a collapsed chimney trapped several victims
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