Amanda Lochner bought a Honda five years ago when she first started teaching. Now, it is totaled.
"I actually do not know what to think," said Lochner. "I have had such sharp panic attacks ever since in happened."
"We all hunkered down in my storage room and then escaped out when it was time," said Lochner.
Lochner's car was not where she parked it, it was about 20 feet away, on its side, in the library.
"It did not really sink in until I came back and saw what had happened and saw the devastation," said Lochner. "I realized how lucky I really was to survive."
That is how West Clark Assistant Superintendent John Reed described the storm that hit Henryville Schools Friday.
"We are calculating about 40 percent of the building was destroyed," said Reed.
Reed said class has been called off this week until a more permanent school decision can be made. That gives Lochner, a University of Louisville grad, some time to go car shopping.
"I think it's time to get a red car," said Lochner. "Maybe a red car is in store."
Band teacher's car knocked into school library during tornado
Amanda Lochner initially couldn't find her car following the tornado that hit Henryville Friday.