Sunday, April 24, 2011

(VIDEO) St. Louis, Missouri Tornado 2011, Lambert Airport Security Video

by the Left Coast Rebel




From RT:
Security cameras video released by Lambert Airport shows dramatic pictures of the tornado that hit St. Louis on Friday. The airport reopened on Saturday night for a handful of arriving flights, and officials expected around 70 percent of the scheduled arrivals and departures to go on as planned early on Sunday. Some 750 homes in the St. Louis region were damaged, and less than 100 were uninhabitable, by the 128 kilometres per hour (80 miles per hour) tornado, officials said.

Updated: This ain't Kansas any more!

YouTube video of people in the airport watching the storm (some laughing at the scene), and then being rushed to take cover inside the Terminal 2 at Lambert Airport:



Scary stuff and shocking that no one was killed.

Proof and I here in California may have to contend with earthquakes and apocalyptic wildfires but at least we don't deal with anything like this!

4 comments:

  1. "California may have to contend with earthquakes and apocalyptic wildfires but at least we don't deal with anything like this!"
    I think it's the two mountain ranges flanking the state east and west that helps out there, although, truth be told, there was a small tornado that touched down near Sacramento last month.

    So, LCR, God may give California the trifecta of earthquakes, fire and tornadoes after all!

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  2. Yikes! When God gives up on this place, I just may be gone! ;)

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  3. He may just be sending people here in lieu of Purgatory.

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