Wind gust sends girl flying off OH porch

A lot of people are still feeling the effects from our incredibly windy Wednesday.

Four-year-old Madison Gardner got taken for a ride in a major windstorm this week, and it got caught on video by her family's security cameras.

Madison, who was not hurt in the incident, held on for dear life as her mom Brittany Gardner was seen running up the driveway to help her.

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A United States girl has been literally blown down while trying to open her front door during a powerful storm. "And I had to unlatch her from the handle.and took her inside".

The wind caused power outages, property damage and accidents. She didn't even drop her mother's cell phone that she clutched in her other hand, WKBN-TV in Cleveland noted. "She is okay and laughing along with it!"

When asked if Madison is thinking of any career plans in the aeronautical field, her mom laughed and said, "No, (she's) still looking at Disney princesses".

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She is shown on video hanging on tightly as the wind blew open a door.

There is no word on whether Madison is planning on taking up flying as a hobby.

"I'll be showing it to her, for sure", Brittany said.

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