An Indiana woman who saved her two children during last week’s devastating tornados lost both of her legs after they were crushed by falling debris. Stephanie Decker, a 36-year-old sleep specialist, tied her two children together with a blanket and covered them with her body to protect them from the house falling down around them. The house completely disappeared, but Decker’s 5- and 8-year-old children were unscathed. Her husband, who was at his job teaching at the local high school when the storm hit, said, "I told her, 'They're here because of you.’ I said, 'You're going to be here for your kids, and you get to see them grow up.' "