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                   Tuesday, September 25, 2012 - 8:10PM CDT

HD VIDEO: Okawville, Illinois tornado

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I almost got struck by lightning during this storm. It struck 30 yards from me. Somehow, I didn't feel much of a shock (nor did I get any burn marks) yet another observer had a close call with lightning in Okmulgee hours after the El Reno tornado. He ended up with a burn mark on his arm and it was 50 yards away. This storm did have quite a CG barrage!
- Posted by Tim

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