Take note of warning sounds on the television or radio. You must seek shelter as soon as you get a signal warning of a tornado. Within a few seconds, tornadoes could destroy your house’s roofing or your entire home. The video below will demonstrate the way a tornado is seen at a close distance.
2015 is the year. He climbs upstairs and pulls a lantern from his Fairdale home. He gazes out his window to view a dark flowing wedge-like shape coming in toward him. The beast is poised to overwhelm him so the man decides to take it down. The funnel spins dust and debris violently as it barrels close and closer. Occasional power flashes can be visible from the destroyed power lines further away.
It is easy to feel the wind roar as the tornado approaches the home. It is possible to compare this roar to a freight train. The moment the storm finally comes to a stop the camera, it becomes dim due to all the dirt and debris flying across the landscape. Before the camera turns into darkness, you can be able to see a powerline snapped that seems like an uncut toothpick. It’s impossible to even discern the ending of it. It’s just the roaring of the wind. It departs just as swiftly as it came and then the sound ceases. Never underestimate these powerful beasts.