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Can you tell me one time a tornado actually took place in the world and which tornado was it?

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    There have been many tornadoes. But the tornado I was closest to was in Kalamazoo, MI, in 1980.

    http://vanishedkalamazoo.com/tornado/tornado.htm

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    Thank you sooo much! you took a load off my back by helping me. God Bless You.

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