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Old 05-11-2010, 05:18 PM
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Anybody Affected by those Tornadoes?

I hope everyone stayed safe and weren't affected much by the storms/tornadoes of yesterday. We faired fine in Tulsa/Owasso. The wind ripped my back yard swing canopy off by at least we didn't get any other damage.
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I'm iin Stillwater for several weeks and I was there when Stillwater got a taste of them. I've never seen rotation like that before and I've seen a lot of tornadoes. I almost went inside when I seen the sky light up from the transformers blowing a 1/2 mile south of me. Not much damage though.

The locals told me that was the first time in over 30 years they had heard the sirens go off.
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The early morning tornado that hit in the sapupla area, before moving towards tulsa, prompted no sirens, and it was less than 1/2 mile from my house.
A couple days later, the sirens sounded off for about 1/2 hour, and there wasn't any damage within 10-15 miles.
Geeze, catch the siren guy asleep one day, and he gets way too antzy afterwards.......
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