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By SKYE Editors
Feb 10, 2013
Trees lie uprooted in front of the University of Southern Mississippi campus in Hattiesburg, Miss., after an apparent tornado Sunday.
This looks just like the damage seen in St.Louis on Good Friday 2011.
Went through similar 2 years ago. Dropped a massive red oak on my house. Scariest thing I've ever been through.
Das insane dude, snap. Yip, definitely Hattiesburg resident. Funny to see that funnel bearing down on the city and people are coming and going from stores and down streets like they're oblivious to the fact that their vehicles are about to be picked up and thrown 500 feet.
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