Yes, you can survive that violent tornado above ground

By: ScottLincoln, 04:34 AM GMT die 29o November, anno 2013

Introduction

We've heard it before: "you won't survive this tornado
if you don't get below ground." We've also seen the controversy and
further exaggerations (eg. "drive south out of town") from those same
people making the claim. Violent (EF4/5) tornadoes, accounting for only ~2% of the total, cause approximately 67% of the fatalities (Ashley, 2007). By the time damage reaches EF4 severity to a single family residence, no walls are left completely s...

Tornado Social Science

Updated: 04:44 AM GMT die 29o November, anno 2013

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By: ScottLincoln, 11:30 PM GMT die 20o December, anno 2011

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