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Watch: Man finds solace playing piano in destroyed Kentucky home

A Kentucky man was captured on video playing piano inside of his destroyed home in Kentucky. Jordan Baize is the man at the center of a viral video, sitting at his grand piano inside of his Bremen, Kentucky, home – the home’s roof torn off during a catastrophic tornado outbreak. The video was posted to social media by Baize’s sister, Whitney Brown, who said her brother safely road out the violent tornado in the basement with his family. When they emerged, they found the roof of their home gone and devastating damage to their home.”I have been overwhelmed by the love my family has been shown today,” Brown wrote on social media. “We are all safe, thank God. My brother, Jordan, has lost his home but thankfully he and his family made it out safely.” As Brown assisted her brother in salvaging what they could, she said she heard the most beautiful sound. It was her brother playing his grand piano. “Everything around him was broken. The piano had water damage, it had missing keys, and he didn’t know I was filming, but still he used his gift to glorify his God the best way he knew how. Enjoy his God given gift,” she wrote.The video has been shared thousands of times on social media. Bremen and Muhlenberg County were among the hardest hit by the tornado outbreak, which struck Friday night into Saturday morning. At least 74 people were killed, including 12 children, and more than 100 are still missing. The storms left hundreds of miles of destruction, wiping away more than 1,000 homes. Cars were tossed and trees were snapped in half.

A Kentucky man was captured on video playing piano inside of his destroyed home in Kentucky.

Jordan Baize is the man at the center of a viral video, sitting at his grand piano inside of his Bremen, Kentucky, home – the home’s roof torn off during a catastrophic tornado outbreak.

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The video was posted to social media by Baize’s sister, Whitney Brown, who said her brother safely road out the violent tornado in the basement with his family. When they emerged, they found the roof of their home gone and devastating damage to their home.

“I have been overwhelmed by the love my family has been shown today,” Brown wrote on social media. “We are all safe, thank God. My brother, Jordan, has lost his home but thankfully he and his family made it out safely.”

As Brown assisted her brother in salvaging what they could, she said she heard the most beautiful sound.

It was her brother playing his grand piano.

“Everything around him was broken. The piano had water damage, it had missing keys, and he didn’t know I was filming, but still he used his gift to glorify his God the best way he knew how. Enjoy his God given gift,” she wrote.

The video has been shared thousands of times on social media.

Bremen and Muhlenberg County were among the hardest hit by the tornado outbreak, which struck Friday night into Saturday morning. At least 74 people were killed, including 12 children, and more than 100 are still missing. The storms left hundreds of miles of destruction, wiping away more than 1,000 homes. Cars were tossed and trees were snapped in half.

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