Why the ‘family’ in the Shreveport tornado story is real

SHREVEPORT, La.

— The family in the dramatic Shrevepurs incident in Louisiana is real, and they’re just going about their lives as if nothing’s wrong.

It was a family in Shreveps, Louisiana, who called 911 and said their three young children were missing.

“I just don’t believe the story,” said Lisa, the eldest.

The three young kids were left behind in a burning home, along with the family’s pets, after a tornado tore through the town of Shreveports.

Lisa said the family was in shock.

It took them months to recover, and Lisa and her husband, Jason, say they are now doing fine.

A picture of their little boy, who was just 6 weeks old, was on the front page of The Associated Press and was shared thousands of times on social media.

In a Facebook post, the Shveport Fire Department described how they were able to help save the lives of their son and daughter, who had fallen out of the home.

Jason and Lisa said the fire department also rescued another child, who wasn’t harmed.

As of Wednesday, the couple said their son was recovering at a local hospital, but said they were in a “survival mode.”

“We’re just doing our best to stay positive, and keep praying,” Jason said.

They said they’re keeping a close eye on the weather and keep in touch with their son, who is now 7 years old.

And Lisa said they will be posting updates on Facebook about the story and what they know about the situation.

Shreveport Fire & Rescue spokesman Lt.

Todd Jankowski said it took more than three months to make contact with the fire service to get the call to the fire station.

Fire officials say the fire started in the home’s garage, but the flames were brought up through the home and engulfed the building.

Officials say it took firefighters more than four hours to bring the blaze under control.

There are no immediate plans for the Shoutres to be evacuated.

If you have information about the Shouters, contact the Shoveport Fire Dept. at 713-534-7200.