"I am thinking the house is going to take off. I am seriosuly waiting to get picked up and dropped," Jeanne Ammons of Gaston County
That's how Jeanne describes the Friday's violent weather. She was inside her house when multiple trees came crashing down around here.
"I was scared out of my mind. I started freaking out even worse and I tried to contact my husband,"she said.
Once Jeanne made it outside to her surprise no trees struck her home and even more important her ramp hardly damaged.
Her husband spoke to FOX 46 Friday about that importance. .
"She is an amputee and she has to use this ramp to go out," Phillip Ammons said.
Jeanne says without the help of the Crouse Volunteer Fire Deaprtment her appointment next week to get a new prosethic leg would have been in jeopardy.
"It's been delayed, delayed, delayed and that's what my heart was thinking that we're not going to get this thing clear," she said.
The couple adds although the ramp is still intact, the trees down made a mess of their yard. They are hoping to get some help to remove all the debris
I am devastated. I don't know where we are going from here with the both of us not being healthy right now. We're having a run of bad luck and that bud luck just got worst," said Jeanne Ammons.