Justin Cox and Chance Coldiron (Fast Unit 70) tracked the destructive EF-5 tornado that levelled swaths of Moore, Oklahoma this past Monday (05.20.2013). Part of this footage was seen on KOCO-TV during its live coverage of the weather emergency. This is amazing footage of what has become one of the most destructive storms in state history (24 killed, nine children included; hundreds injured, possible $2 bn in damages). The audio you hear throughout the video is the live broadcast from KOCO-TV that afternoon.
Playing catch-up this weekend (and probably for all the times I’ve been more “off” than “on” this thing).
You’re a storm with an infinite track in terms of gales and etcetera. You’re a storm that leaves everyone with shock in their eyes. You’re a storm that will have a name and they’ll keep track of what you’ve done and it’ll be recorded in the greatest of history. You never even waver after going to a country; you travel the world with a confident strut.
You are a storm that will never waver; that will never be measured in terms of intensity.
People will never really forget about you; they’ll treasure the pain and tragedy you gave them and find the light you contain and give hope.
Because it (the hurricane) is basically a strong gust of wind. Storms travel the world. You’re not a one-trick phony.
I asked the guy who fell in love with me if I was a storm or a hurricane and he replied with this. When I asked why not a hurricane, he said… (The last paragraph)