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5 years ago, on this date, an EF3 tornado tore through my county, causing major damage.
The tornado destroyed at least 64 homes and damaged at least 70 more along the US 150 corridor in Washington, Cannelburg and Loogootee. Up to 200 employees were trapped at K&K Industries in Montgomery, but they were all accounted for.
The path of the tornado was 12 miles ling, and it was 3/4 mile wide in some spots. Surprisingly, no one was critically injured or killed from this tornado.
Stormchaser81 is a very talented member of the Xtreme Weather Team whose areas of expertise include Doppler radar, satellite interpretation, severe weather warnings, and tropical weather forecasting.
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