published Friday, April 27th, 2012

"It doesn't get better, you just accept it."

Andrew Ellis kisses him mom while standing where their family's home once stood.
Andrew Ellis kisses him mom while standing where their family's home once stood.
Photo by WRCB-TV Channel 3 /Chattanooga Times Free Press.

APISON, HAMILTON COUNTY - (WRCB) - "Everything has been pushed away by bulldozers, but it's still so fresh in our minds," said Wendy Ellis, returning to the place her great-grandmother's home used to stand off Clonts Road.

A lone cinder block rests where a bathroom once stood.

It's where Andrew Ellis, then 8-years-old, and four family members sought refuge from last April's storm.

"I just remember getting in the bathtub," Andrew said softly.

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