Well not so funny for someone.
On our way to the Branson Rally we stopped in Eureka Missouri for the night at a KOA. Raining really hard, so we quickly set up as much as needed and headed to a resturant to grab some dinner. While we were there the storms got worse and we had several alerts from the National Weather Service on the cell so we decided to wait it out in the resturant. (I'm not fond of spending storm time in a small bathroom with a lot of people!)
Storms let up a bit and we decided to head back to the campsite. On the way we talked about how we hoped there was no damage to the area or our RV. Just a we pulled in to the KOA we saw emergency vehicles all over the place. Windshiedl wipers going full force and blinding lights, from the fire truck, we got closer to the RV. They were surrounding our RV but as we got to the spot we realized it wasn't ours in trouble but the guy just across the road.
Thankfully no one was hurt. They had left for the evening and someone had heard the dogs barking, kicked in the door and rescued the dogs. The trailer, however, was beyond saving
This was taken from our door - so close that the fire dept had to hose our RV down because they thought it would blister