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1925 Tri-State Tornado Kevin Aloi
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Basic Information  On March 25th 1925 a dark Smokey fog touched down three miles  northwest of Ellington, Missouri. It would become known as  the Tri-State tornado. U.S record holder for the longest tornado track 219 miles. Tornando went through Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana, Image from  http://
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About the Tornado The tornado itself was classified as a F5 tornado and crossed three  states, that’s how it got the “Tri-State” name. The tornado was a mile in width  The travelling speed was about 65-73mph and wind speeds of 261- 318. (Image from google)
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  • Spring '12
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