Lora Drammis, the model who has lived in the US for six years and who was caught right in the middle of a devastating tornado, has launched a GoFundMe for her two Nashville neighbors. Their home of 42 years was completely destroyed by the tornadoes that hit Nashville on March 3 that left more than a 50-mile trail of destruction.
“Nashville was wrecked by two tornadoes that left a trail of destruction causing tremendous damage to life and property and it was the most frightening experience of my life,” says Lora Leigh Drammis. “I was devastated to see my closest neighbors lose everything, including their homes. I have started a GoFundMe page for two elderly neighbors whose homes were gutted completely and blown away by the tornadoes.”
Lora Leigh Drammis is staying with a friend in Nashville after the devastating incident and is helping to rebuild the local community.
The GoFundMe page has been started for two of her elderly neighbors, who were among the worst-affected survivors. Their home of 42 years was completely destroyed by the tornadoes.
The model came to know about their tragic story when she saw an interview with Winston Morelock on local news station Fox17. She was shattered by his emotional story about losing the house that he has shared with his beloved wife for so many years. Winston and his wife Faye were sleeping when the tornado hit their area. Their home was ripped apart when their bed was pulled out of their home by the tornado.
While Lora herself had suffered a major loss, she was concerned by the state of her neighbors and determined to help Winston and his wife in whatever way she could.
She and her friend Kayce set up an online fundraiser for the couple. The GoFundMe page has since amassed more than $12,000. “Losing everything is so terrible, but then when you don’t have that what’s next option, I just couldn’t even imagine if I didn’t have my friends,” Lora said of her desire to help the couple. She has credited her closest pals with helping her to get through such a terrible time.