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Tornado rips past storm chaser during Can Geo Twitter interview

  • May 29, 2013
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Chasing tornados may be the everyday work of storm chaser George Kourounis, but that didn’t lessen his adrenaline rush as a supercell storm turned into a violent tornado near Bennington, Kansas, on Tuesday.

“We could hear the roar!!” Kourounis tweeted as the tornado ripped past him during a Twitter interview with Canadian Geographic.

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