Russell Parker (left) and his father David Parker stand in what was the back side of their home on Chapanoke Road in Perquimans County, Saturday. The brown couch in the background is what David used to shield himself from debris, falling limbs and other missile hazards blown by the storm.

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Russell Parker (left) and his father David Parker stand in what was the back side of their home on Chapanoke Road in Perquimans County, Saturday. The brown couch in the background is what David used to shield himself from debris, falling limbs and other missile hazards blown by the storm.

Tornado devastates 15-20 homes in Chapanoke

By Jason Balduf and Peter Williams

The Daily Advance

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CHAPANOKE — For David and Russell Parker, the first warning of what was to come was the sound of hail.

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