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Transcript of Tornadoes
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tornado After a tornado hits there are many bad outcomes. Tornadoes can destroy buildings, houses/properties - practically anything (But ONLY if it’s a very big tornado). Tornadoes can cause deaths and can ruin a whole town’s economy, leaving people having nowhere to go and sometimes people leave the vicinity because there’s nothing to live off. Tornadoes don’t just cause physical damage but also emotional damage because when people sees there land being destroyed or losing their loved ones they can get very traumatized and this can take even longer to heal than the physical damage. If you live in a tornado prone area it is good to have a bunker/basement in your house or very close to escape the whirling winds. You can stay clear of open areas and find shelter immediately. Also make sure you know the signs of a tornado. If you’re in a building avoid windows at any time and crouch low to the ground. The main thing to watch for is flying objects, for example trucks and trees. The tri - state tornado case study