FALLSTON, Md. - Keith Matthews was working in his car detailing shop on Route 1 in Fallston Friday, when a tornado destroyed his shop.
Doctors believe 3,500 pounds of debris on top of him. Matthews, speaking from his hospital bed at Shock Trauma, says he has a broken leg and a dislocated arm.
Matthews says he will start rehab this week to learn how to walk again.
He credits his co-workers with saving his life.
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