ATLANTA, GA - OCTOBER 15: Ebola patient Amber Vinson arrives by ambulance at Emory University Hospital on October 15, 2014 in Atlanta, Georgia. Nurse Amber Vinson joins Nina Pham as health workers who have contracted the Ebola virus at Texas Heath Presbyterian Hospital while treating patient Thomas Eric Duncan, who has since died. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

The East Coast got hit with violent storms last week.  At least 11 tornadoes touched down in Virginia on Friday . . . and there’s cell phone video from inside an ambulance that drove right into one of them. 

Luckily there wasn’t a patient inside at the time, because the strong winds shattered the glass on the back doors and filled the ambulance with debris.

The paramedics weren’t injured, and after the tornado passed they went around to other cars looking for anyone who might need to be rescued.

Bryan Ferguson

With question as to the clarity of some of the various media outlet shared video, of my video, from the tornado, here is the original straight from my phone. Hopefully a more clear and crisp view.