SOUTHERN INDIANA (WTHI) - November 17 marks four years since a destructive tornado ripped through parts of southern Indiana.
The twister up-rooted homes in both Knox and Daviess counties.
National Weather Service officials ultimately ruled the tornado an EF2. One image that's not hard to forget is a home in Washington.
The tornado picked it up off its foundation and moved it several feet.
For the most part, both counties have re-built.
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