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(USA Today)   How powerful was the Sunday night Arkansas tornado? It carried a truck from Mayflower to near Vilonia, Arkansas.... a distance of 27 miles   ( divider line
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2014-05-02 12:40:32 AM  
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Also, I could see a truck getting pushed 27 miles, but aloft?  No way.
2014-05-02 12:00:46 AM  
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It's really true.  They have eyewitnesses accounts from Heywood Jablome and Gene Masseth.
2014-05-01 11:47:36 PM  
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This story is brought to you by a meteorologist. They can always be counted on.
2014-05-01 11:47:10 PM  
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2014-05-01 11:11:38 PM  
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bestsportnascar: On the bright side, 27 miles using no gas is pretty impressive for a truck.

Except it didn't actually happen.
2014-05-01 10:37:45 PM  
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ChrisDe: Gonna need to see some verification of this tall tale.

27 miles my ass. Not even reading the article until someone less gullible than a reporter or blogger confirms this.
2014-05-01 10:26:54 PM  
1 vote:
Gonna need to see some verification of this tall tale.
2014-05-01 07:56:35 PM  
1 vote:
That redneck that drove across Faulkner county to see his mistress got a lucky break as to why his truck wasn't at home.
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