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University wants tornado pictures

Posted: Tuesday, June 14, 2011 4:32 pm

University of Alabama at Huntsville scientists are interested in looking at photos and videos of April 27 tornadoes in DeKalb County.

UAH scientists said the want to get "visual documentation on the tornadoes and associated cloud formations during the devastating tornado outbreak on April 27 from near sunrise to after sunset.

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