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The Evening Post: Jacksonville State University Tornado Surveillance Video

Every university has a ton of surveillance cameras on campus.  And on the night of the tornado that damaged buildings on Jacksonville State University, the cameras were rolling.  69 more words

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Video Roundup: Drone Videos Of The Tornado Building Damage At Jacksonville State University

Time for even more drone videos from the tornado that struck Jacksonville.  A drone team from the University of Alabama came to the campus of Jacksonville State University and shot multiple drone videos of the building damage on the campus of Jacksonville State University.  21 more words

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Video Roundup: Drone Videos From The 3-19-2018 Jacksonville Tornado

As we already know, on 3-19-18 an EF3 tornado went through Jacksonville and Jacksonville State University causing massive damage.  Right after the tornado, and the days after, several people have sent drones up to show the damage from the tornado.  23 more words

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View A Drone Video Featuring Cleburne County 3-19-2018 Tornado Damage

We all know the extreme damage in Jacksonville from the 3-19-2018 tornado.  But, the tornado stayed on the ground past Jacksonville and Calhoun County and continued across Cleburne County.  139 more words


Pictures And Video From The 3-19-2018 Jacksonville Alabama Tornado

Late on Monday night, a now rated EF-3 tornado went through Northern Calhoun County and the City of Jacksonville, Alabama.  The storm caused massive damage in the northern part of the city and on the campus of Jacksonville State University.  438 more words

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This photo provided by Johnny Tribble shows a damaged house after a tornado, Tribble said, passed the area in Ardmore, Ala., Monday, March 19, 2018. Severe storms that spawned tornadoes damaged homes and downed trees as they moved across the Southeast on Monday night. 283 more words

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The Tornado Story - One Year After it Took my Family's Home

Dear Friends,

It is often said that the one year anniversary of a loss is the hardest. Perhaps that is because it forces us into the realization that the world has continued on, in spite of the feeling that time has stood still. 3,244 more words