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By SKYE Editors
Sep 21, 2012
A tornado strikes south of Dimmitt, Texas, on June 2, 1995.
On April 2, 2006, a large tornado forms west of Wynne, Ark., and tracked just south of the city.
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Debris flies through the air as a tornado tears through the coastal town of Lennox Head, New South Wales, Australia, on June 3, 2010.
A tornado forms from a swirling supercell thunderstorm near Mulvane, Kansas, on June 12, 2004.
A funnel cloud, seen from a car on Highway 34, tears through Wheatland, Wy., on June 7, 2012.
A rope tornado passes over a green wheat field in Texas on May 15, 2002.
A violent tornado wipes away the small town of Manchester, S.D., on June 24, 2003.
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This tornado and rainbow form near Mulvane, Kansas, on June 12, 2004.
The funnel of a tornado touches down on May 12, 1997, in Miami, Fla.
A tornado strikes a town in the U.S. Mid-West in the 1930s.
The destructive funnel cloud of a tornado touches ground near Lyons, Kansas, on May 26, 1959.
A tornado barrels through open country just southwest of Laverne Oklahoma on May 15, 1991.
A funnel cloud forms from a tornado at Union City, Okla., on May 24, 1973.
A tornado lifts off the ground, with a rainbow in the background, near Cornlea, Neb., on May 24, 2012.
Dust is kicked up as a possible tornado touches down in Taber, Alberta, on June 5, 2012.
A tornado is seen between Tuscaloosa, Ala., and Columbus, Miss., on Sept. 25, 2005.
Big Tornado hits Senggigi beach, the most popular beach in Lombok, Indonesia, on December 29, 2007.
A long track tornado hits South Dakota on Sept. 16, 2006.
You are in my prayers.
God Bless all these poor people. Please know that there are many of us out here that want to help in anyway we can.If anyone can post any information on where we can start sending 'care packages', clothing, jackets, blankets, food or even money, we would all appreciate it. Again, our hearts are broken for all the horror these people had to endure. May the Angels surround you all.God Bless & sending many many prayers.
May God Bless everyone. I am praying for you all everyday The people who are helping are great heros
So many tragedies, both man-made and of nature have happened back to back, from the marathon bombing in Boston, to the fertilizer plant explosion in the town of West, TX, to tornadoes in Texas and now Oklahoma. People can sometimes get numb after hearing about so much tragedy. But we must remain prayerful, and continue to help people in any way we can with our time, service, finances. God bless all these hurting people.
My heart goes out to everyone affected by this horrible act of nature =( May God bless ALL of the people assisting in any way!
God bless everyone... we pray for it.
Never lived through a tornado, but 2 Hurricanes ... Andrew and Wilma. I understand the horror and damage of natural disasters.
My prayers to those who are suffering through this devastating tragedy.
I cannot imagine that kind of devastation without much warning and no place to hide. God help everyonehelp each other and get back to some kind of normalcy soon. I will donate what I can as soon as I find out where.God Bless all of you and I will keep you in my prayers, Oklahoma, the Heartland of America!
Im from Oklahoma and my family still lives there, my prays to all . Dan, we had cellars coming up, but they covered most up as they became snakepitsSome have them still and some have storm rooms build in their house but not everyone can afford that.GOD BLESS the people in the storms path.
Wow...I hadn't thought of that...snakes would take up housekeeping in dark/damp places...but how could school builders NOT at least be required to have some kind of safe area for the kids? Or a community shelter that would be maintained snake/vermin free by the city or local churches. These people had at least a 15 minute warning and could have been protected. So sad...
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