HENRYVILLE, Ind. (WISH) - Bright orange spray paint – normally a source of frustration on the side of a house—is a welcome sign of relief following Friday's tornadoes in southern Indiana.
Rescue crews "tag" each house as they clear it, signaling the house has been searched and no one was found inside. The mark helps other rescue crews who may be in the area know the house has already been searched.
Each home will be checked twice. Our crews watched as homes near Henryville were checked by teams with specially trained urban search and rescue dogs.
These four-legged team members are able to squeeze into small spaces and check for anyone who may be trapped inside.
A winter storm warning is in effect for most of Central Indiana.
It's very rare that a single person can reach across national, racial, and spiritual borders to bring such hope and healing.
Dispatchers with Indiana State Police say a vehicle left the roadway Thursday night off of Interstate 69.