If there's one positive that can come from a tragic event like this mornings tornados in Henderson County, parts of Newburgh, and Harrisburgh, IL, is that we can learn from it. As I mentioned earlier today, my family and I were fortunate that the storm stayed south of I-164 miles away from our home on the north side of Evansville. When we first heard a tornado had touched down south of Mt. Vernon around 5:30am and was heading east toward Evansville, we packed up the kids and made a bee-line for the basement just to be safe. But what if we weren't so lucky? Were we adequately prepared to deal with the aftermath if the storm had torn through our neighborhood instead? Honestly, no we weren't. But thanks to tips from the American Red Cross, we can be.