A surveillance camera captured the power of the tornado as it tossed vehicles and blew out windows
(Liz Klimas) The wrath of winter storms — blizzards in the northeast and tornadoes in the southeast — on Christmas Day have left at least six dead and pictures and footage from these weather events have begun to emerge.
When it comes to video though, falling snow can’t beat the terrifying sights of the tornado that ripped through Mobile, Ala., Tuesday.
A surveillance camera captured the power of the tornado as it tore through a Walgreens parking lot, moving vehicles, blowing out windows and sounding like “a washing machine full of rocks,” according to an employee who heard transformers popping as result Fox 10 TV reported.
Josh Holman was working in the 24-hour store Dec. 25 and was in the stockroom calling his brother for an update when the tornado began to hit. Here’s how Holman described it to Fox 10 TV:
“I’ve never been in a war zone but I’m sure that’s what it looks like,” Holman said.