Her husband, Paul Huffman, a journalist with The Elkhart Truth, pulled the car over to the side of the road.
They saw the tornado coming their way.
As Paul Huffman snapped photos he knew there was nothing they could do but wait. "If it keeps on coming we'll jump over in that railroad culvert and we'll be okay," Paul Huffman recalled telling his wife.
The memories and photographs from the hours that followed would record part of the deadliest tornado outbreak in Indiana history.