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Old 02-11-2009, 08:22 AM   #1
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This went directly over my office and on into Edmond, OK where it destroyed and damaged many homes in Oak Tree Golf and Country Club. At least it went to the high society area and kept most of the toothless rednecks off the news that we usually get.





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Old 02-11-2009, 08:25 AM   #2
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scary stuff. I guess a town in Oklahoma got wiped out. I want to say somewhere in the Southern part of the state..
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scared of tornadoes, my only life trips to Oklahoma will be to Stillwater or Norman for football games. In and out.
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scary stuff. I guess a town in Oklahoma got wiped out. I want to say somewhere in the Southern part of the state..

Lone Grove, just south of Ardmore. It hit a trailer park.
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We had sirens go off down here in Frisco but are free from any damage to my knowledge. To the SE of us is Garland TX and they had some damage as did Colleyville TX which is over by DFW airport where it hit 4000-5000 sq ft homes
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that same storm went just to the west of Bartelsville and south of Dewey wind blew like hell and some hail but we were not b****in them damn Tornados are fierce
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Never been in one or seen one, but missed one in El Reno, OK by a few hours a couple years back when I was running otr... scary looking, nonetheless
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This went directly over my office and on into Edmond, OK where it destroyed and damaged many homes in Oak Tree Golf and Country Club. At least it went to the high society area and kept most of the toothless rednecks off the news that we usually get.





I saw all the same cloud structures in Tulsa yesterday, but luckily the major parts of the storm split North and South of Tulsa after leaving OKC. We mostly got lots of lightning and some strong winds.

I love watchin' me a good violent storm! Most of them are pretty awe inspiring.
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I saw all the same cloud structures in Tulsa yesterday, but luckily the major parts of the storm split North and South of Tulsa after leaving OKC. We mostly got lots of lightning and some strong winds.

I love watchin' me a good violent storm! Most of them are pretty awe inspiring.
until one hits where you are in the early 80's one hit downtown B'ville and man that sucker was fierce and loud as hell
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until one hits where you are in the early 80's one hit downtown B'ville and man that sucker was fierce and loud as hell
I remember being in my dad's truck running from that one.
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