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How to Survive a Tornado


Growing up in Alabama, everyone has a tornado story. In this segment, Dr. John Knox discusses how he decided to be a meteorologist at 5 years old after living through a devastating storm. He also gives a number of important tips about how to survive a tornado: have a plan based on your location, if your in a building, go to the lowest floor away from windows, if you’re driving, pull over and lay in a ditch, and wherever you are, wear a football helmet.

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