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By Betsy D'Annibale

June 28, 1924, dawned scorching and sunny, with fluffy white clouds soaring over a blue and alluring Lake Erie. for 2 Ohio groups, Lorain and Sandusky, the day led to incredible catastrophe. within the past due afternoon, the blue sky grew to become darkish, and the wispy white puffs morphed right into a mass of black thunderclouds as a monster shaped at the lake. An F4 twister, unforeseen and never understood, was once born from a thunderstorm at the now turbulent waters of Lake Erie. It charged ashore, smashing into Sandusky, retreated back to the lake after which headed east prior to turning without notice south to make landfall in Lorain. earlier than the large funnel lifted, it will spoil a urban, create loss of life documents nonetheless unbroken and alter the lives of millions of people.

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