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They’ve worked to set up a one-stop shop with insurance company representatives and their own employees doing estimates, trying to move people through as quickly as possible.
“We were hauling cars in right off the highway on Wagner Ford, one was a van,” said Carl’s Body Shop employee Matt Miller. “A family, it [the tornado] picked up their van, flipped it around and a steel beam went through the back, missed a young girl by a couple inches. I knew it was bad when I seen that car.”
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WHIO is also working to reach out to customers that had to bring their cars in for repairs.
We’ll bring you more up-to-date information starting at 5 p.m.