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Tornado Damage Dallas, TX

Uploaded by: Bordonaro

Thursday September 9, 2010

Dallas, TX (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: An EF-2 Tornado (winds 111-115MPH) spawned by TD Hermine 9-8-10@ 6:20PM CDT damages warehouse in Dallas, TX.

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6. minnesotamom
2:14 AM GMT on September 19, 2010
I hate to say "Congratulations" on having this on World View this week, because it's such a tragic sure deserves to come to everyone's attention, though. Thank you for sharing with all of us. Kathy
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5. TexasProf
2:29 PM GMT on September 10, 2010
That is just amazing! So very powerful! I've never heard of an 18 wheeler being thrown that far! Good shot!
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4. Bordonaro
8:12 PM GMT on September 09, 2010
That was a tropical funnel cloud, probably an EF-1 that threw that 18 wheeler in the air and about 300 feet into the building.
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3. Bordonaro
8:10 PM GMT on September 09, 2010
Yes, the driver of the 18 wheeler was seriously injured. The truck was blown off the road into the building. He is expected to make a full recovery :O)
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2. hannabanana
8:03 PM GMT on September 09, 2010
OUCH! No injuries I hope. Great shot.
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8:00 PM GMT on September 09, 2010
WHOA!!! Thanks for sharing the footage with us!!!,,here I thought this season was mostly over!!?...
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