Most Efficient Tornado Hunt Ever

Al Franken likes to joke about having run the most efficient campaign for Senate ever, referring to when he beat incumbent Norm Coleman by just a couple of hundred votes (on the first count ... the number went up during the grueling recount). Now, we have an example of the most efficient ever tornado hunt.

This is in Russia where, apparently, every single vehicle has a dash cam just in case something interesting happens. You see the guy back out of his garage, see the tornado coming down the street, and when he tries to drive back into his garage for safety ... well, just have a look:

Hat tip Paul Douglas, source of video here.

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