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Oklahoma tornado: why it caused so much damage

Oklahoma tornado: why it caused so much damage

The Telegraph - By Richard Gray, Science Correspondent

Cutting a swathe across the landscape at around 30 miles per hour, the Oklahoma tornado ranks among the most destructive in history due the time it remained on the ground for and the path it took. For nearly 40 minutes it travelled 20 miles across largely urban areas, sweeping up debris, trees and …

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