NEW ALBANY, Indiana (CBSDFW.COM/AP) – Even in the midst of destruction, an 80-year-old photo was able to travel 130 miles and make it back to its owner safe and sound.

A photo from a tornado-damaged home in Kentucky landed almost 130 miles away in Indiana.

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Katie Posten lives in New Albany, Indiana. She found the photo Saturday morning stuck to her car’s windshield.

The black and white photo shows a woman holding a little boy in her lap.

On the back, written in cursive, it says, “Gertie Swatzell & J.D. Swatzell 1942.”

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Katie Posten holds a photo that traveled 130 miles after a tornado. (Credit: Katie Posten via AP)

Posten posted an image of the photo on social media and eventually was contacted by a man who says the photo belongs to his relatives in Dawson Springs, Kentucky.

That area was hit hard Friday night by tornadoes that roared through the middle of the US.

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