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If you heard about the recent tornado touch down in Joplin, an EF4, then you’ve likely seen the pictures that go with the story. After having seen the tornado damage in person in Ringgold, Georgia and Apison and Bradley County in Tennessee, I can only imagine what those people are feeling.
What do you think when your home is flattened to a pile of rubble? Where do you start to pick up the pieces? When the entire area is one huge catastrophe who gets priority when help does arrive?
I’ve put up a few new videos from the damage done on April 27, 2011 from the tornadoes that touched down in the area.
Little did I realize they didn’t merely touch down in Tennessee, Georgia, and Alabama, but also Mississippi, Louisiana, Virginia, all over the place.
I uploaded a new video of some of the damage in Apison, Tennessee. In the video, we are driving by pretty fast but it’s the first video I was able to take while not driving. I recommend you mute the sound though, since I had the camera out the window almost the entire time and you can hear it the wind beating against it.
To see the latest video, check out
To see the rest of the videos I’ve uploaded, check out http://www.desultorythought.blip.tv
I have more to post too, I just want to get some of them edited first. Check back soon.
Tornado Damage Videos Showing Aftermath in Areas of Tennessee and Georgia (Following April 27th Tornadoes): http://desultorythought.blip.tv
I have created this account as of recently, and have posted several videos from the recent tornado damage that occurred all over the south on April 27, 2011. The tornadoes affected Tucscaloosa, Alabama, almost completely wiping the city off the map. Houses were flattened, some ripped off their foundations completely, many more were damaged, hundreds died, many more were injured, and it was truly a historic event.