Tornado Damage

 Tornado Damage

Tornados have been know to form and leave the areas without too much taking place. Others have left complete towns in ruins with thousands of people homeless. It can take down power lines also leaving them in the dark. Tornados are ranked by the amount of damage that the end up creating. An F1 tornado is very mild with an F5 being them most devastating.

When tornados have created damage, it often makes headline news. People also come forward to help donate supplies and money for those that have been affected. Emergency crews come in to make sure people have a place to stay and to help access the damages. It can take years to completely rebuild from the destruction of powerful tornadoes.

It isn’t just materials things that can be harmed when a tornado rolls in. People can lose their lives as can animals. One way that damages from tornadoes can be lessened is to build structures that will hold up well to them. In areas known for large amounts of tornadoes this is often a requirement for any type of building due to local codes.

Individuals need to pay close attention to alerts about tornadoes so they can protect themselves. Most injuries occur when people are out in the open or they don’t take the warnings and watches seriously. There isn’t a known way to stop a tornado so the next best thing is to remove everything from its path that is possible.

Each tornado leaves behind its own legacy of damage. It may not be to homes and people, but it can be to the crops that are being grown or even to the soil. In areas where there are high volumes of tornadoes, it is extremely difficult for the area to recover from it.

It can cost millions of dollars annually to clean up from tornado damages. Due to their destructive nature, research continues in efforts to find ways to learn what all causes tornadoes to form. This way they can be stopped in their tracks as quickly as possible. The amount of money that is invested in these areas can result in less ongoing expenses due to tornado damage in the future.

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