ABC 33 40 News
by Andrew Donley and Emma Simmons
Lindsay has lost more than most, but he's already looking up, because he knows he still has something dear to his heart: his community.
Pictured: Paul Lindsay, Jacksonville storm survivor (right) and his car after the stormBIRMINGHAM, Ala.
(Courtesy of Rachel Boehnlein)
"I love them all, I'm glad we all survived and didn't die," said Paul Lindsay, Jacksonville storm survivor.
Even so, Jacksonville residents' lives were spun into shambles, and it's one of the reasons Lindsay is speaking out.
"Jacksonville's messed up. I live there, I'm going to help my friends and community," said Lindsay.
While he can't physically help right now, he wanted to share his story to remind his community of the most important thing they all still have: their lives.
During Lindsay's two stints in Iraq, he suffered two brain injuries, PTSD, and has since developed a "real need" to help people.
"If someone's out there who needs my help, I can't just make that go away. I'll go and help that person, then I can go and fall asleep," said Lindsay.
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