JUN 07, 2010 02:09 PM PDT

HUGE MANITOBA TORNADO! June 23, 2007


TornadoVideos.net storm chasers Reed Timmer and Dave Holder captured this huge, violent wedge tornado in southwest Manitoba on June 23, 2007. We were blasted by mud and flying corn stalks as the tornado crossed the road less than 200 yards away! Check out
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