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PostPosted: Fri Sep 21, 2018 6:12 pm 
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Hey All,

Multiple tornadoes hit my area of Minnesota last night.

Although no loss of life has been reported, the Faribault airport took a direct hit. I don't know to what degree RARE Aircraft is impacted, but initial pics don't look good.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/09/21/st ... esota.html

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 22, 2018 12:20 am 
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Hey, Dan.

I hope you and yours are OK.

Tornadoes ate frightening, especially at night.

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Thanks, Brother Tulio!

Neither Mrs. K nor I were home, but a son watched this bad boy rotate past just over the hill from our subdivision.


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RARE Aircraft at Faribault haven't blogged or Facebooked any updates yet, but the news suggests an EF-2 had a fun time tossing stuff around. To my knowledge nobody was hurt over there...could've been so much worse.

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Although I remember having been to,Faribault during one of my trips, I do not have a clear memory of any aircraft,there, whether warbirds or not.

That twister looks sinister. I saw once, from atop a building and from miles away, four twisters in the Sugarland TX area.

Like many people in this here,US of A, I have been under tornado warnings, and have actually seen quite a few of them.

They are certainly, a recurrent nightmare of mine.

I repeat, I am glad you and yours are fine, and that your aviation community seems to have been,spared.

Saludos, Dan!!!


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