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August 08, 2007

Bay Ridge tornado, via Bejing

The Phantom is in China this week.

While he was away, a tornado struck his block in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.

He's still abroad, but he's covering events in his own neighborhood from Bejing.

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I heard about that tornado just a little bit ago. Being born and raised in Nebraska (part of Tornado Alley), Brooklyn is pretty damn low on the list of places that come to mind when I think of tornadoes. Were there any casualties? I hope not.

At first I thought this was a joke.

viva web 2.0, eh?

Mind you, that was a seriously terrifying turn of events.

There are a LOT of big trees down in my neighborhood, not too terribly far from Bay Ridge and Sunset Park. I didn't really hear anything that sounded like unusually high winds, though.

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