By msnbc.com staff
Storm chaser Andy Gabrielson survived the hunt for tornadoes for more than 10 years, but driving home Saturday afternoon after two days of chasing storms in north Texas, he could not avoid a wrong-way driver on an Oklahoma highway, The Weather Channel reported.
Gabrielson and one other person died in a head-on collision that involved four vehicles on Interstate 44 in Sapulpa, Okla., 14 miles southwest of Tulsa, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol said.
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I find this story to be sad and ironic. he chased the most dangerous storms and tornadoes for years only to be killed after chasing one by a drunk driver
My Dad's interested in becoming a storm chaser. I'll have to tell him this story.
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