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Man reunited with beloved dog after storms

Greg Cook was reunited with his dog Coco after Friday's storms hit parts of North Alabama. Greg Cook was reunited with his dog Coco after Friday's storms hit parts of North Alabama.
LIMESTONE COUNTY, AL (WAFF) -

Greg Cook was reunited with his dog Coco after storms ravaged North Alabama.

Nobody was home when a tornado came through the Cook home on McCulley Mill Street in East Limestone.

Cook rushed home after the storm and dug through debris to find Coco. He crawled through a window and found Coco soaking wet and shaking in a hallway.

"It was just such a relief, I was happy to see him. I love my dog, he's my best friend and I was just so happy to see him," said Cook.

Cook said he is happy Coco is okay, but the thought of starting over all over again is tough.

Since the story first aired about Coco, Cook said he's received a lot of positive attention.

"We've had people to call from Texas and Wisconsin, Florida, everywhere that's called and wanting to help. And that just means so much," said Cook.

He said Coco is enjoying the attention.

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