Lots of people in and around Washington, Ill., are referring to the areas devastated by Sunday's tornado as looking like a war zone.
David Casler is among them.
"Right here, right now, if you look around this street, this is a war zone, only no one's shooting at us," he says.
Casler knows the difference. He served as a Marine in Iraq in 2004 and was subsequently hit by a roadside bomb while working there as a security contractor, suffering a brain injury.