Even with the lack of major injuries from Sunday's storms, there's always more we can do to stay safe during severe weather.
Employees at WAMW-Radio in Washington, IN knew they should not have been standing next to windows when the storm approached, but the sight was mesmerizing.
By the time debris started to fly by the window, only seven seconds passed when a building across the parking lot was destroyed.
Three seconds later, they ran from the window with only three more seconds to spare before the EF-2 tornado hit the station shattering windows and heavily damaging the building.
"It just happened so fast," said Dave Crooks, the President of FLC Media WAMW AM/FM Radio.
In fact, the storm bared down for only four seconds at the radio station.
Thankfully employees took cover just in time and nobody was hurt.
"I knew the safest spot in the radio station was near our bank vault safe," said Dave. "As I crouched down in the corner, I could feel what felt like the wall was about to fall on me."
The employees at WAMW did a lot of things right, but there's always room for improvement.
Here's what you need to know before, during and after a storm:
One that's not often talked about: what to do after you've survived a storm.
Most Tri-Staters appeared to have done the right thing on Sunday, as only one minor injury was reported in the half-a-dozen tornadoes reported.
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