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Faced with devastating tornado, a man remains absolutely calm (VIDEO)

by Nicole
April 24, 2011 at 5:01 am

A man in Wilson County, North Carolina was caught in the middle of a dangerous tornado while in his car.

The video filmed by the man, Steven Hoag, shows the tornado sweep the entire territory at a speed higher than 180 km / h, while he’s calmly talking on the phone. He was standing in the way of the tornado and was lucky to escape the forces of nature.

Although Steven Hoag told the person on the phone that the tornado was headed straight towards him, he didn’t do anything to flee the danger.

The film is shocking due to Steven’s calm in dealing with the situation, while fragments of things around him constantly hit his car and destroy the roof of the houses in front of him.

Asked by local television about how he could keep his calm during the tornado, the man replied: “I was a Marine and I love Jesus.”

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