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Tornadoes destroyed homes and tossed trees around like toothpicks as powerful storms ripped through Oklahoma and the Midwest on Sunday and Monday.
My thoughts are with those affected by this sad tragedy, and I hope that those trapped people can be rescued soon...
However, given that this is the second time the same area has been devastated and the uncountable time the general area has been hit, here's something to think about: don't rebuild here again because it will happen again. Or build something that is more suited for this type of weather.
I agree, with today's technology we should be able to build structures that can withstand a majority of the force of the tornado... not perfectly, but as long as the main structures are fine, it would be a lot better than it is now.
As this is kinda of old BUT fast moving news, and your snap got really popular, it would be a great idea to update the title slightly (a lot more than 2 people are confirmed dead). Just a heads up! :)
thanks for the tip :)