Family member remembers lovely couple killed by Alabama tornado on March 3

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Alabama tornados deeply affected people living in Alabama. One of the relatives of a North Texas woman was also killed when this deadly tornado left everyone in shock.
Felicia Woodall, aged 22, with her fiancé, Ryan Pence were killed by an EF-4 tornado that hit Alabama on March 3.

Ryan Pence was a Wylie East High School graduate and Felicia Woodall lived most part of her life in Weatherford.
According to reports from the National Weather Service, the devastating tornado traveled more than 68 miles with winds up to 170 miles per hour.
Almost 23 people were killed by this tornado and Pence and Woodall were amongst two of them.
Woodall’s uncle, John Thomas said that both of them were engaged and had bought their house. They were happy and doing great in their lives. He video called his niece every Sunday and the day that deadly tornado hit Alabama was no different than other days.
The house brought by the couple was close to Pence's mother and she is gone now. He further added that his niece loved Texas and even had a tattoo of the shape of the state. She always loved to be around. Her laugh was contagious.

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