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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Tornadoes The overall population of Greensburg was already decreasingPeople would go to college and then move away to more modernized places The mayor was pondering over how the little town would get over this tremendous loss. Suddenly, the mayor had an idea, since the tornado had destroyed everything already, the town would not only rebuild, but also modernize and GO GREEN! Some people questioned this idea though. To covert a whole town would raise taxes, and where would they come up with that money? In the end, everybody decided that it would be a greatplan, and a great way to finally put Greensburg on the map! Ten people died and 1400 were affected Greensburg, Kansas was hit by a devastating tornado in May 2014 The Fujita-Pearson scale is used to measure tornadoes.The tornadoes are identified by the amount of damage they cause.The Greensburg tornado was an F(EF)-5 tornado. F5 is the most damaging tornado. Tornadoes are most common in the United States. To be specific, in the central area of the country also known as Tornado Alley. Tornadoes form when warm air from Mexico and cooler air from Canada mix. Kansas is in Tornado Alley. What are Tornadoes? It is important for everyone to know what to do in theemergency of a tornado. Some key things to remember are to go underground. That could be a basement or storm shelter. If you do not have a basement, go somewhere in your home without windows. Try to put as many walls between you and the tornado outside as possible. Things that would be helpful to take with you include pillows and mattresses to protect your head, and some nonperishable food items. The food you take should be enough to last you for 3 days. These preparation steps may not be necessary, but you should always be prepared for the worst. It's better to be safe, than to be sorry! What do I do in a Tornado? This is what Greensburg was like after the F5 tornado struck. Greensburg would be the GREENEST town in the United States!
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