Shayla Taylor and her husband Jerome were on the second floor of the Moor Medical Center in Oklahoma, having their second baby. She wasn’t worried about the storm outside until the nurses rushed into her room. Shayla pulled out her phone and the weather app. said the tornado was headed right for them. Jerome and son headed for cover while they moved Shayla into a surgical suite with no windows. The nurses crouched down by her bed and Shalya turned her head and closed her eyes. When she opened them, she saw Interstate 35 and the local theatre because the wall was gone, but all were safe. An ambulance took them to an undamaged hospital where Braeden Immanuel was born. Immanuel means God is with us. She picked the name months ago and now knows why.
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