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She Took Personal Photos She Found In An Awful Tragedy And Put Them All Over Facebook. Well Done.

We share things on Facebook for all sorts of reasons. This woman's was incredibly selfless and kind.

She Took Personal Photos She Found In An Awful Tragedy And Put Them All Over Facebook. Well Done.
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On April 27, 2011, terrible storms hit the South. Over 24 hours, 200 tornadoes wreaked havoc. Patty was lucky — her home remained untouched. However, many people weren't so fortunate and lost everything they owned.


Patty says people's personal items, like photos, rained down from they sky.

When she found someone's ultrasound image, her heart broke.

As she picked up what she describes as pieces of people's lives, she had an idea. Hit play to see how she made a difference.

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Hawaiian underwater photographer Yuki Nakano befriended a friendly porcupine fish and now they hang out regularly.

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