MARYSVILLE, Ind. (WISH) - Only a few homes are left standing in Marysville. And when you look up from inside those standing houses you can see the sky.
The same killer storm that swept through Henryville hit the small town of nearly 11-hundred in southern Indiana.
Debbie Gilbert's farm home was among the hundreds destroyed. She says Friday she picked her granddaughter up early from school. Turns out, officials had the high school on lock down and would not let anyone leave.
"The lockdown saved my life," Gilbert said while looking at what was left of her home. "We would have been inside had they let us go."
Officials with the New Washington Fire Department say they transported three to the hospital, two are still in critical condition.
Gilbert says Governor Mitch Daniels stopped by her home and expressed his condolences as he surveyed the damage.
Throughout the day strangers were seen donating everything from clothing to baby supplies and food.
Members of the National Guard also lent a helping hand.
Deputy Fire Chief Jason Cochran with New Washington Fire Department says they have "an abundance" of clothing and food.
He encourages anyone who wants to help to donate their time. Volunteers will be needed to clean up the mess as the week progresses.
Carmel High School took over the Colts Complex for a night Thursday.
Avon Police Department and Avon Community School Corp. are investigating photos sent from female students to male students, police officials said.
Matt Painter has Purdue on the upswing, and they head into Saturday's Crossroads Classic clash with Butler on a 3-game winning streak. The goal? Win the school's first game in the elite doubleheader.