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GIFFORD -- It's the second night of darkness after a tornado ripped through Sunday. The people who live there say they have a lot to be thankful for.
GIFFORD -- It's the second night of darkness after a tornado ripped through Sunday. The people who live there say they have a lot to be thankful for.

People have said when you see all the destruction, it's just amazing no one died and no more damage was done. So even without electricity, people gathered at the St. Paul Lutheran Church. They used candles, including a few battery powered ones, to light their special service.

People in the congregation have been through so much the past couple days, but are still trying to find joy. They believe this adversity has a purpose and say they know they'll get through it together.

People from both churches in town came to the service. They also prayed for people who weren't as fortunate as they were during Sunday's storms. 
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