If you thought Hurricane Sandy was bad, wait until you see this. Yesterday afternoon, a massive, two-mile-wide tornado ripped through parts of suburban Oklahoma City. Residents were given an 8 minute warning (otherwise known as 'no time at all') to get the hell out of town. When the storm hit, it liquefied nearly everything in its path - including thousands of cars.
As you can see, the twister, which brought wind speeds of up to 225mph, lifted the cars off the ground and flung them crashing back to earth with unimaginable force. 5000 lb trucks were picked up like they were made out of paper; smaller cars were rendered nearly indecipherable.
We have also heard unconfirmed reports that the twister may have blasted through a Chevy dealership in Moore, Oklahoma.