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Tornado Safety Rules Any vehicle (other than the TIV or Dominator) is not safe during a tornadoStill image:
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Keywords:   Storm damage, Tornado on ground, Wind, Weather Explanations, Tornado, Severe Weather, Storm
Asset ID: 5290
Title: Tornado Safety Rules
Concept: Any vehicle (other than the TIV or Dominator) is not safe during a tornado
Detail: Don't stay in your car. This fact was sadly emphasized when analysis of the casualties of the devastating Wichita Falls, TX tornado of April, 1979 revealed that of the 42 people killed, 25 were in automobiles. Most were attempting to flee the tornado in their car. A car can literally be thrown through the air and kicked around like a tin can. Only if you are absolutely certain that you have considerable clearance upon seeing a tornado, that is well over a mile, should you even consider outdriving the funnel, and then, only if you are able to travel on a highway that is aligned at right angles to the apparent motion of the tornado vortex. Remember, some tornadoes move along the ground at speeds approaching 60 miles an hour. One traffic tie-up and you have had it! Just because you TV storm chasers approaching tornadoes in a vehicle...you are not a professional storm chaser!

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