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By: OrangeRoses , 3:45 PM GMT on October 18, 2011

A very powerful dust storm 8,000 feet high arose suddenly at and around Lubbock, Texas yesterday just before 6 PM CDT. Local television station KCBD provides a live video of the dust storm's approach and subsequent damage.


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