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Tornado Safety Rules "Mobile" homes - they can become mobile during a tornado.Still image:
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Keywords:   Storm damage, Tornado on ground, Wind, Weather Explanations, Thunderstorm, Tornado, Severe Weather, Storm
Asset ID: 5291
Title: Tornado Safety Rules
Concept: "Mobile" homes - they can become mobile during a tornado.
Detail: Among the basic tornado safetyrules, there are several important don'ts. One of them is don't stay in a mobile home or an RV. All mobile homes should have adequate tie downs, because even in winds of 60 to 70mph, the mobile home can be tipped over and crushed. Few mobile homes are secure enough to withstand the full force of even an EF-1 tornado. All mobile home courts should have a nearby tornado shelter into which residents can be gathered. The mobile home is perhaps the worst possible shelter during a tornado. Your chances of survival are greater lying in a ditch then attempting to ride out a tornado in a trailer home. The mobile home could become very mobile indeed! Let us not forget that in 1931, a Minnesota tornado struck a passenger train and carried an 83 ton railroad car, along with 117 people, 80 feet through the air.

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