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Common tornado myths busted

POSTED: 12:26 PM May 22 2013   UPDATED: 5:10 PM May 22 2013

The tornado that ripped through Oklahoma has left many questioning what they thought they knew about how the powerful natural disasters. Here are the most common tornado myths debunked.

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The tornado that ripped through Moore, Oklahoma has left many questioning what they thought they knew about how the powerful natural disasters.

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