June 5, Bibcode : WtFor. He learned of the property through real estate investment work that he did on the side and to which his brother Jim introduced him. Retrieved June 8, Retrieved June 1, Dallas, TX. Three storm chasers were among 13 people killed by tornadoes that rampaged through central Oklahoma on Friday, underscoring the high risk of tracking tornadoes and forcing the media to rethink how they cover deadly twisters.
Tim Samaras among storm chasers killed by Oklahoma tornado – The Mercury News
Former Discovery Channel storm chaser Tim Samaras (an were caught directly by the tornado; all three died in their Meteorologist Emily Sutton and storm chaser Kevin Josefy of Oklahoma City NBC. Timothy Michael Samaras (November 12, – May 31, ) was an American engineer and storm chaser best known for his field. The tornado was sampled by University of Oklahoma RaXPol radar as miles ( km) wide, the It was the first known instance of a storm chaser or a meteorologist killed by a tornado.
Storm chasers continue to pursue tornadoes, some aggressively, and simply The El Reno, Okla., tornado of May 31,killed eight people, all of whom and choice to sit out the May 31, Oklahoma City tornadoes.
It encouraged all, including the media and amateurs, to chase safely to avoid a repeat of Friday's deaths.
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Tim Samaras, 55, a leading storm chaser and founder of the tornado research company, Twistex, was killed in the Oklahoma City suburb of El. The Oklahoma storm that killed the three chasers developed right in front to them. The storm hit Oklahoma City during rush hour. High winds.
Monitor Political Cartoons. More insight. Samaras designed and built his own weather instruments, known as probes, and deployed them in the path of tornadoes in order to gain scientific insight into the inner workings of a tornado.
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