You're driving and see a tornado
A tornado is a spinning column of air that can lift cars off the highway. Tornadoes move unpredictably and can reach speeds of 70 mph, so do not try to outrun one.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) advises drivers to leave their cars if they see a tornado approaching. It is best to take shelter in buildings. If there is no time, find a ditch or low area and move away from your car. Contrary to popular belief, highway overpasses are not considered to be good shelters. The goal is to stay low until the tornado passes.
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