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'Everything is gone': Factory worker survives tornadoes but loses job, car and home

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Andrea Miranda, a former Mayfield candle factory worker, describes being stuck under debris for two hours while a string of deadly tornadoes ripped through the Midwest. Miranda recently moved to Kentucky from Puerto Rico and broke down when telling MSNBC's Jose Diaz-Balart that she lost "everything" in the storms.