Examples of tornado in a Sentence
in the path of a tornado
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The seas will rise, swamping our coastal cities; natural disasters (hurricanes, tornadoes, droughts, wildfires) will become more extreme; there will be hotter heat waves, colder deep-freezes; and of course millions will die as a result.
According to the city's data, 500 permits have been issued for those rebuilding after the tornado.
Under current law, firefighting is not funded out of the same natural disaster account used to respond to hurricanes or tornadoes.
In fact, the city of Houston just invested in a system to send push alerts, Walter said — a program that will send out warnings for local emergencies such as flooding, tornado warnings or haz-mat incidents.
The post continues to say that no one suffered any injury, but the tornado went into the Indian camp and destroyed that area.
Overall, the tornado was responsible for eight fatalities and over 150 injuries.
The massive blades, wide as a passenger jet’s wings, appear to spin slowly but can reach 170 mph at their tips and create tornado-like vortices, the Associated Press has reported.
One of the company's clients is a Missouri hospital destroyed by an F-5 tornado in 2011.
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