Deadly Tornado Sends City Into Extreme Chaos | Critical Rescue S1 EP8 | Wonder


On the afternoon of May 3rd 1999, thousands of residents of Oklahoma would experience and barely survive the fastest recorded wind speeds ever recorded Earth in an epic fight for survival.

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Date: May 6, 2020

28 thoughts on “Deadly Tornado Sends City Into Extreme Chaos | Critical Rescue S1 EP8 | Wonder

  1. People like the Paramedic, Val, Professor , TV broadcast crew and the Airforce reserve are god sent angels to save people. Such humanity pouring out is rare really rare…God bless us all….

  2. I would never be able to ignore warnings if they were coming back to back like that, crazy to me it took people so long to react. So sad that people passed…

  3. I had a grandma that lived in Oklahoma City. I remember going to her house, just a couple of weeks after the tornado hit. I never saw tornado damage before, it was very disturbing and sad to see.

  4. I used to go to my basement during tornado warnings, but I always feared my house collapsing and being buried alive. I like those shelters you can buy that can withstand an EF5 tornado, but also come with a beacon in case your shelter is buried in rubble. You can put a TV and supplies in there, and outlast anything.
    I don't have a basement in my current house, so when the sirens go off I just sit in a hallway and hold my dogs.

  5. Funny to hear someone say 'no radar can tell you if there's a tornado on the ground'. That's not so true anymore! Now they can confirm tornadoes via debris signatures on radar. Just a testament to how much technology has advanced in the past few years.

  6. No basements or underground shelters in Oklahoma?? You think that'd be a no brainer and a law?? There's more basements in upstate NY, and we don't need em there 🙄🙄

  7. These shows could say it all in 15 or 20 minutes but feel everything should be repeated at least 6 times. I am about to save myself a great deal of irritation and say goodbye. Enjoy it y'all.

  8. So they didn’t find the mom of the family that was driving in the jeep as the tornado approached ? the one who let go of her son to save him? Man that’s sad 😢😟

  9. This same tornado hit my house in Arkansas and I got a broken knee from it. I ma still having trouble walking to this day. I was almost 2 years old when it hit.
    Edit: also when they said that this was the most destructive tornado outbreak in us history they were lying, because the tri-state tornado was the worst.

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