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We got to get out of here!!!
We need to place a probe here!!! We have time the tornado hasn't reached thoses trees!
In the beginning of my story the character Rex Geyer leaves his pregnant wife in the kitchen to a bedroom where he looks out the wundiw where the sjy it slightly green and can see the shape of a tornado in the distance. Rex's brother soon pulls up in his car with wife and children, look at the size of that thing, we got to get to safety!!! All characters then jump into their cars and take off for shelter.
Now, later in the story the book has introduced three new characters who can be labeled as "storm chasers". Pat Porter the partner of Tim Samaras storm chasing buddies who have a goal of placing a probe that can gather info on the lower, ground area of a tornado, and Carsten Peter, a "National Geographic" magazine photographer. At this point in the story, the characters have gotten out of their cars and have decided to attempt to place an orange probe near the tornado, in hope that the tornado would cross that path. When placing the probe there was much nervousness in the air as the tornado was rather close.
At this point in the story, the tornado has ended, but now the tornado destruction has been revealed. Houses are strewn apart, gone, while debris and rubble are everywhere. The unofficial town mayor was soon uncovered in severe condition with his dead dog Cody, but was found quick enough to where he was saved. Even through the severeness of this F4 tornado and though buildings and belongings were smashed like toys, no one was killed. "...We're always thankful for that," quotes Tim Samaras. Though Tim may love chasing tornadoes, he also cares about others and helped search for injured after the tornado.
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