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Tornado Of Beer And Destruction!
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The 1999 Oklahoma tornado outbreak was a significant tornado outbreak that affected much of the Central and parts of the Eastern United States, with the highest record-breaking wind speeds of 302 ± 22 mph (486 ± 35 km/h). During this week-long event, 154 tornadoes touched down (including one in Canada), more than half of them on May 3 and 4 when activity reached its peak over Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Texas, and Arkansas.

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BERLIN (Reuters) - A rare tornado hit a populated area in western Germany, leaving a trail of destruction in the area west of Duesseldorf and injuring at least two people, officials said on Thursday. Several houses were severely damaged while dozens of trees fell on cars, forcing police to cordon off roads to the town of Boisheim, a district spokesman said. A motorist was seriously injured and a firefighter suffered an electric shock, the spokesman added. Police also said one person was seriously injured. The tornado on Wednesday hit several towns.

South Dakota had 35 tornadoes in 2009, and is part of "Tornado Alley," an area of the Midwest United States that sees more tornadoes than the rest of the country. Photograph by Carsten Peter, National Geographic. Storm-stained skies hover over the remains of a mobile home demolished by a passing tornado. Tornadoes kill about 60 people in the . every year and cause billions of dollars of property damage. A photographer caught this extreme close-up of a tornado funnel in Manchester, South Dakota. Massive tornadoes, however-the ones capable of widespread destruction and many deaths-can roar along as fast as 300 miles (480 kilometers) an hour. These measurements are scientists' best estimations. Anemometers, which measure wind speed, cannot withstand the enormous force of tornadoes to record them.

Prior to the tornado, a drought had been in effect for around six months, one factor that is believed to intensify tornadic conditions. Overall, around 12,000 people were injured by the tornado and a total of 80,000, mostly in the towns of Saturia and Manikganj, which were completely destroyed, were left homeless. The Worst Earthquakes in History. Photo: NOAA Photo Library, blic Domain.


A1 Kill Pat Robertson
A2 Kill The Pope
A3 Kill The Nazis
B1 No Way U.S.A.
B2 All Nite Kegger
B3 Punk Rock Picnic


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