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I save my wife and sister-in-law from the wreckage of a candle factory ORGANIZED by a deadly tornado

A MAN was able to rescue his wife, her sister and others from a candle factory that was crushed when a tornado tore through Kentucky last week.

Brian Brooks, an MMA fighter, said he was at home Friday night with his daughter and granddaughter when he received a call from his wife saying she was trapped.

Brian Brooks was able to rescue his wife and sister from a leveled candle factory

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Brian Brooks was able to rescue his wife and sister from a leveled candle factoryCredit: Fox News
A drone photo shows a crushed candle factory

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A drone photo shows a crushed candle factoryCredit: EPA

Tornados has tore the area While Brooks and his daughter and granddaughter hid in their home, he told Fox News.

After receiving the call, he jumped out of his truck and went to the candle factory to try to rescue the rest of his family.

“It’s a miracle, I even found them. I don’t know how it happened,” he told the outlet.

Dozens of tornados tore through four states over the weekend left total devastation on their way, especially in Kentucky, where at least 74 people were confirmed dead.

Brooks said that when he got to the candle factory, the building had been flattened and he could hear people screaming.

“It’s like the worst war movie you see on TV. Screaming people that you can’t see in the dark,” he said.

He told the outlet that he started climbing over the rubble to find people, “just helping as many people as I can.”

He was eventually discovered by his sister-in-law, who was lying under the rubble with his wife. He said she realized the “crazy shoes” he was wearing and started screaming.

Brooks said: “I was like, ‘Oh my God,’ and started trying to pull.

With the help of some nearby officers, who had crowbars, Brooks was able to help her sister-in-law out of the wreckage.

Brooks said the pair were taken to the hospital for several days and released on Monday.

He said they were “slightly battered, bruised, sore and very heartbroken.”

“They didn’t think they would see us again,” he added.

“I’m so grateful… I just want to say my prayers for all those unlucky ones.”

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A total of eight people were confirmed dead at the factory after a tornado tore through the building.

During a visit to Kentucky on Wednesday, President Joe Biden promised the federal government would cover the full cost of the recovery over the next month.

“We’ll make sure you have all the help you need,” he promises.

Thousands of Americans are still living without electricity, heat, or water days after 30 tornadoes tore through four states.

At least 88 people have been confirmed dead hitherto.

The women were among the workers trapped when the building was flattened

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The women were among the workers trapped when the building was flattenedCredit: Facebook
Tornados tore Kentucky to pieces over the weekend

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Tornados tore Kentucky to pieces over the weekendCredit: EPA

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Huynh Nguyen

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