5 EXTREME Natural Disasters Caught On Camera

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Une Fille Bizarre
Une Fille Bizarre Yıl önce
I 've always wondered what was happening on a tornado path. But I would never imagine somebody would be insane enough to film it instead of run for his life.
Hillary Mwirigi
Hillary Mwirigi Aylar önce
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ELIZABETH TARANTINO
ELIZABETH TARANTINO Aylar önce
My God men like this should not procreate but I’m sure he’s got a litter…
ELIZABETH TARANTINO
ELIZABETH TARANTINO Aylar önce
Tornado: hell we can’t kill this dumbass if we want any more dumbasses to film us down the road ok just sideswipe his house we’ll get more dumbasses in the long run!
Slayiden
Slayiden Aylar önce
Damn that tornado looks really big, maybe i should move. Nah ill just stand here and pretend its not coming for me next 💀
Ben R.
Ben R. Aylar önce
the idiot almost died. He had a hole punched in his head basically.
Audrey M
Audrey M 4 aylar önce
Having lived all over the world, I've been through just about everything, but by FAR the scariest has been tornados. Been through multiple, catigories 1--4 (almost a 5.) Felt like the scene in the Wiz of Oz. Literally sucked the color out of everything, I swear! In Virginia, we had one that didn't even register. Never saw it because it was so sunny...just felt it. Touched down for less than a minute, but was enough to cause my neighbors barn to collapse. Lifted me off the ground only a few inches, but enough to cause the worst panic/fear I've ever known. It also made my lifelong superpower wish to fly obsolete.😢
Rae
Rae Aylar önce
I agree horrifying . I was young when I experienced one and it turned everything pitch black and things flew right past me as I was going to the cellar.
Verona
Verona 2 aylar önce
WOW!!
Babbles
Babbles Yıl önce
My family's house got hit by a tornado when I was 16. I had a fear of wind noise for the longest time--I found it extremely hard to get over.
snicks
snicks 20 gün önce
After recently being hit by hurricane Ian, I am kinda suffering from a fear of hurricanes. I had nightmares constantly about it for the days after the storm. Now not so much a month after, but then aNOTHER storm comes along just when I think I’ll be fine and I got way too anxious even though it was only gonna graze me where I live + it was a cat 2. Luckily it turned out fine for me and the worst I got was losing power shortly once. Then I see the news and one area people’s home foundations where literally eroded away. Then I’m scared again. Me and my mom need to talk to my therapist about this next time we see her.
jeff ghant
jeff ghant 4 aylar önce
That's ptsd.
MandyRae
MandyRae 4 aylar önce
@Marjorie Coey Isn't it crazy how extreme weather can cause things like headaches and pressure. I remember my ears popping so hard it felt like my head would explode
Marjorie Coey
Marjorie Coey 4 aylar önce
Yes. We had a typhoon when I was 15. The wind screamed literally for over three days! I had a fierce headache the whole time. I had nightmares for days hearing that sound in head. Hope you are well.
MandyRae
MandyRae 5 aylar önce
After being in one as a kid I still hit the bathtub everytime the wind blows
Lacey Tinch
Lacey Tinch 10 aylar önce
I’ve seen so many of the videos from the 2011 tsunami. Honestly it’s devastating to watch them and wonder how scared they must have been. Especially the ones trapped in the actual flow of water.
Just A T-Rex
Just A T-Rex 4 aylar önce
Anyone trapped in the path were not scared for long. If they didn’t drown, they got bashed by debris or slammed against other infrastructure and homes, trees, walls, vehicles, trash etc.
kevin lockhart
kevin lockhart 6 aylar önce
@Robert Corneliussen nobody should have to make that decision
Robert Corneliussen
Robert Corneliussen 9 aylar önce
@kaikart so sad that this was a reality for some. very scary
kaikart
kaikart 10 aylar önce
The worst one I've seen is that there is an old person entering a house JUST before the water wall hits, at the end of the video, the house is no longer there.
Robert Corneliussen
Robert Corneliussen 10 aylar önce
oh yeah and the after shocks of the earthquake are very very scary. We were sleeping there and one day a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit. Which is also large enough to create a tsunami if it was in the ocean. Fortunately no one was injured or killed and no tsunami hit from that earthquake
Chaotic Nib
Chaotic Nib Yıl önce
"I was watching a tornado and wondering why it kept getting bigger and bigger. Then it hit me."
NJW
NJW Aylar önce
😏
Rich Gilmour
Rich Gilmour 2 aylar önce
As soon as I heard his voice I knew he was dumb.
joan osborn
joan osborn 2 aylar önce
😂
Shen
Shen 3 aylar önce
We're off to see a wizard the wonderful wizard of oz... 💀
Airport Plane Spotting
Airport Plane Spotting 4 aylar önce
💀
Mr. Cola Gaming
Mr. Cola Gaming 5 aylar önce
The lady watching the mudslide looked like she wanted to talk to the mudslide's manager
Ismail bin Ahmat
Ismail bin Ahmat 20 saatler önce
In
Ldzs
Ldzs 10 gün önce
Best comment on youtube
M Junebug
M Junebug 15 gün önce
Yes! ”Hey mr mudslide, how dare you do this! I need to speak to your manager!”
FUBAR LIFE
FUBAR LIFE 24 gün önce
Good thing she was holding her hips.
Mirary🤎
Mirary🤎 29 gün önce
@Hillary Mwirigi U ok bro ? 💀
LM
LM 9 aylar önce
imagine driving on the highway and you suddenly see a whole house approaching at rapid speeds toward you 😭 that’s terrifying
Ολγα Βολογιανη
Ολγα Βολογιανη 23 gün önce
Τα σπίτια είναι ξύλινα γι'αυτό και τα σηκώνει! Αν ήταν κανονικά με τούβλα και μπετόν, δύσκολο
Gabriel V.
Gabriel V. Aylar önce
Insane, lol!
LM
LM 2 aylar önce
@jen sounds cool when it’s on purpose but when it’s not… terrifying 💀
jen
jen 2 aylar önce
Imagine driving down the street in your house!
Jody Hakala-Ristow
Jody Hakala-Ristow 3 aylar önce
@JMV HAIL GOD TYR
Chief Here
Chief Here Yıl önce
The Tsunami has got to be the most terrifying one for me. Look how quickly and viciously the water crushes everything in its path ...
JD
JD 4 aylar önce
I agree
CzechGop
CzechGop 4 aylar önce
It's sped up. It was a matter of minutes not seconds. ~2 to 5 minutes from start of water rising to maximum depth of around 5 meters. Check out trshow.info for original footage
Trouble clef
Trouble clef 10 aylar önce
I agree. I live on Canadas west coast with nothing but open ocean in front of us. And we’re in the ring of fire with Japan. Seismically we’re VERY active and I’m about one minute from the ocean. I’ve felt earthquakes but they don’t scare me nearly as much as the tsunamis do. It’s the water that I’m afraid of.
Bane Mtz
Bane Mtz 10 aylar önce
Yes send location u should have torture ISIS WAS IT OR YESO QUESO...MMM
MartyMcFly95
MartyMcFly95 11 aylar önce
@Cynthia if you own a beach house I’m sure you can over come the loss financially lol
Mariah Lehman
Mariah Lehman 9 aylar önce
I’ve been watching tornado videos since I was little. Although this man should definitely have taken Cover sooner and I’m happy everyone was alright although they clearly suffered some large material losses, this is the coolest video of a tornado I’ve ever seen. Priceless footage.
Tweety Kid
Tweety Kid Aylar önce
There is an old saying. "Some people don't have enough sense to come in from the rain." Actually, people do. It just comes on so gradual that you have to feel wet enough to get out of it. I guess that's like a tornado too. So pretty. So different. But it's easy to stay too long.
john brady
john brady Yıl önce
Some amazing footage shown here demonstrating the power of the natural world. Kudos to the very brave people who captured these stunningly destructive events…
john brady
john brady 3 aylar önce
@Marilyn Evans That’s entirely possible…
Marilyn Evans
Marilyn Evans 3 aylar önce
Those brave but astonishly stupid people who don't know that there's a difference between grapes & grapefruit.
Mike Newton Ninja
Mike Newton Ninja 10 aylar önce
yo, john Brady, you look like a smurf bruv! lol
iuseo2
iuseo2 10 aylar önce
Brave..? Maybe. Maybe they're dumb lolololol
Mike Newton Ninja
Mike Newton Ninja 11 aylar önce
some of those people were bloody fools man, how they didnt wind up dead only goodness knows!
Mari D
Mari D Yıl önce
I was in a tornado for the first time and hopefully the last this pass year and a half. I live in Greenville SC so we don't see many tornadoes just hear about them in neboring counties. It's is definitely true that it sounds like a train but the amount of Damage it inflicted was unreal. My dog was never the same after the storm. The calm after the storm while processing the damage is to surreal. I thank the Creator for coming out unscathed.
Mari D
Mari D 4 aylar önce
@HAL CASEY so I take u can't distinguish the difference of the Creator from the created. I was simply giving thanks for not being harmed. Sure.. I'm open minded enough to know your angle. But are u open enough to know mines.... Some peoples kids.... SMH 🤣
HAL CASEY
HAL CASEY 4 aylar önce
uhhhh, didnt the 'creator' ummm, 'create' it? Doesn't make much sense from where I'm sitting.
Bee Smart
Bee Smart Yıl önce
Oh, no. What happened to your sweet dog? How did the behavior change. Poor pup dog.
DMoney Dinero
DMoney Dinero 11 aylar önce
The guy that filmed the tornado is crazy af. Definitely camera man of the year
kyle381000
kyle381000 4 aylar önce
Perhaps. But not Father of the Year, right?
Or30
Or30 5 aylar önce
Mhm. They always live I tell you
Ernie Sulovic
Ernie Sulovic 5 aylar önce
Eastern Australia had major rains constantly for about 4-5 months and in that time, maybe a week of sun, and we had some of the worst ever floods and mudslides all over the place. First, we had major droughts, then the worst ever bushfires re 2019, then covid, then floods, then covid continued, then new floods again. We have had it all pretty much in the last 3-4 years.
JkardeZ
JkardeZ 4 aylar önce
Asteroid: Watch out...
Ernie Sulovic
Ernie Sulovic 4 aylar önce
@Mohsin Dhrubo That's coming lol
Mohsin Dhrubo
Mohsin Dhrubo 4 aylar önce
Everything except a recession
Ernie Sulovic
Ernie Sulovic 4 aylar önce
@Spicy Irwin Actually God has no judgment as it is unconditional love. You must be meaning aliens as per the bible.
Spicy Irwin
Spicy Irwin 4 aylar önce
Least u didnt lose over a million like USA & U didnt have trumps evil deeds. West USA has drought like DRY WITH NO WATER & FIRES! I hear EU has heat wave with no ACs. How is anyone going to farm let alone keep a roof over their head & then Putin kills humans & everything they worked so hard to build instead of slowing warming. God warned us of this!
Not_Your_Mom
Not_Your_Mom Yıl önce
I live in part of the area that's called "Tornado Ally" in Oklahoma. Tornado's are frightening yet mesmerizing. They are extremely fascinating an unpredictable. In 1999 a EF5 (a mile wide!) was coming right at us, suddenly it shifted and hit less than 1/4 mile over. I will never forget that God awful noise. A woman had taken cover shielding her infant. The mother was sucked up, thrown, and killed. A little bit later a police officer found that womans baby in a tree, she survived. Her Momma did everything she could to save her. One of my classmates lived in a upstairs apartment, they ran downstairs to take cover, they lost everything. When they were able to try and save what they can my classmate said it ripped the roof off and sucked most of their furniture out. When he went to his room his dresser was in tact and everything on top of it was still there. He had taken his wallet, keys, his watch and $0.50 cents and placed it on his dresser. Everything was still where he left it. I didnt believe him at first but a couple weeks later he brought pictures they took for insurance, everything was still there. It was crazy.
Not_Your_Mom
Not_Your_Mom 13 gün önce
@ThePlague Gamer6 it's mesmerizing.
ThePlague Gamer6
ThePlague Gamer6 13 gün önce
I live in Texas in the bottom end of Tornado Alley so we don't get many tornados but they do happen and it is just as scary as it is beautiful. I've never seen one in person but it's on my bucket list.
Winds of March Journey/Perry tribute band
Winds of March Journey/Perry tribute band Aylar önce
@Karina Nielsen Tornado alley because there's a SEASON where they happen often.
Amy Lewis
Amy Lewis Aylar önce
@Not_Your_Mom yes!!! Me, as well, and thank you!! She was also in her office when the bombing took place. She said the computer, stapler, etc… shook off her desk. She said to herself “an earthquake?… REALLY? What else have you got over here?” Then within minutes was evacuated and saw the aftermath. I’m not sure my 🏀 ..alls are even remotely as big as y’all’s lol!
Not_Your_Mom
Not_Your_Mom Aylar önce
@Amy Lewis I'm glad she survived. We were in the direct path until it shifted coming into Moore. You knew when it was serious when Gary England got excited, he saved a lot of lives that day. I still wonder about the baby. She should be 23 now. I don't think I'll ever forget the sound from that day or in 95 when the federal building was blown up.
Kevin Sanchez
Kevin Sanchez Yıl önce
Whenever I see clips of the 2011 tsunami in Japan I always think about the close to 20 thousand people that died and I wonder how many lose their life in that particular clip
Winds of March Journey/Perry tribute band
Winds of March Journey/Perry tribute band Aylar önce
Probably all the ones playing on the sand where the water used to be and then it came back real fast.
Roo Wyrm
Roo Wyrm 7 aylar önce
I have friends who were caught up in that tsunami. They were there with their 2 (adult) kids. When the tsunami hit, they were separated, but somehow none of them were seriously hurt, and they were able to find each other within 24 hours. They lost neay everything they had with them - except for a decorated conch shell that had been a Christmas present, they went for a walk several days later, my friend stubbed his toe, kicked away the "rock" and found that very conch shell!
Thomas Etter
Thomas Etter Yıl önce
@Brad Thompson The aleutian islands have wrecked some havoc too. Luckily Alaska is sparsely populated compared to the asias. I don't recall much of China in school, but I read a lot as an adult and have read about that one. And natural disasters in general. I think one of the more intresting ones is the Tri State tornado back in the earlier 1900 time frame. It wasn't super deadly by any modern means. It just went for a very long time, hit three states and at least one town, maybe more. All wood everything just broken. They have photos the dead horses struck me as odd to see. I suppose I shouldn't have said cry babies about the event. It was absolutely awful in every way I would guess. It could have been much worse too, they where very lucky and so.ewhat prepared for thise events, just not that magnitude.
Thomas Etter
Thomas Etter Yıl önce
@Brad Thompson Exactly my thought. The japan tsunami wasn't crap in comparison and its an insult to suggest it. A quarter of a million people from a dozen nations got wiped out in December 2004. Japan has building codes, the places that where hit did not. Japan had early warning systems, those other nations did not. Japan is very use to big quakes, most of those nations where not. Its why most people died, they had no clue and got surprised. Heck it was so bad that they couldn't even access most of the places hit. Most of the bodies where never recovered or found. Imagine being in that roubles for weeks or months with little to no outside help. I can't imagine it really, it would hell.
Dinky
Dinky Yıl önce
@Tristen Whitlock we are ruining the earth, testing atomic, nuclear bombs, by deforestation, and burning fossil fuels??
**
** 4 aylar önce
Falling trees and tornadoes happen often in Canada's 3 tornado alleys: Ontario-Quebec from Windsor to St-Georges de Beauce with Toronto Ottawa & Montreal in its path, Southern Manitoba to Saskatchewan Prairies, Alberta plains stretching from Coutts to Spedden. Rockies isn't any better, you gotta watch out for falling trees.
linda handley
linda handley 4 aylar önce
The one that got me was the woman just standing there in her driveway as the mountain poured down right by her. Unbelievable.
St. James Hawke
St. James Hawke 11 aylar önce
I would love to see the last “disaster” with my own eyes. To be able to watch a non-life threatening mushroom of fire shooting up hundreds of feet into the sky from such a close distance is amazing.
Hillary Mwirigi
Hillary Mwirigi Aylar önce
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codprawn
codprawn Yıl önce
Here in Wales we get such insane amounts of wind and rain that we rarely have problems. Trees don't grow where it is too windy and unstable soil was washed away after the last ice age. Pretty grim living in this climate though. A few years ago we had over 100 days of rain without even a tiny glimmer of blue sky!
JkardeZ
JkardeZ 4 aylar önce
Climate just heading to either sides of the spectrum.
Caitlin Baker
Caitlin Baker 4 aylar önce
Im from az and i would loveeee that. Trade you? Its like 115 Fahrenheit here most of the year or close to it with MAYBE a few months of cooler weather. We havent had really cold weather in a while though.
codprawn
codprawn 4 aylar önce
@Spicy Irwin Yes I hate it. Only about 4 days of it in Wales. Back to rain again today!
kevin lockhart
kevin lockhart 4 aylar önce
@Spicy Irwin I was born and raised in Cali moved to Montana to meet My father for the first time and the snow it seems to be getting less and less Snow ❄️❄️ Last year I think our deepest snowfall at One time was 8 inches when it used to be 14-28 inches in The 80s🤔
Spicy Irwin
Spicy Irwin 4 aylar önce
@kevin lockhart Snow melts fast in heat hence flood u had. Didnt know u too had a drought. Calif is dry & quaking!
Robert Schott
Robert Schott 4 aylar önce
Hutto Texas had 2 F5 tornadoes 10 years apart causing many deaths. The last one destroyed several subdivisions. it actually ripped up pavement and foundations. The scariest thing was the disappearance of 72 roll of dumpsters--the big ones you see at construction sites. The tornado was on the ground for almost 2 hours traveling about 30 miles. it is believed that the dumpsters were dumped a lake
hebneh
hebneh 10 aylar önce
Despite the narrator's statement that people in Japan were just living their usual daily lives when the tsunami overwhelmed them, in fact they had first been through a very strong earthquake that was followed immediately by tsunami warnings. So they were well aware that this disaster was approaching.
Alma • D
Alma • D Aylar önce
It is so heartbreaking seeing videos from the tsunami knowing that people are in those cars and homes 🥺 as they're being torn and submerged in the water.
Morgan Martin
Morgan Martin 10 aylar önce
It's almost weird that no one has said anything about the last major tornado to happen in the US when this had come out just a few months before it. I'd expect someone to say something about it. I guess, at least, I will. The tornado was on the ground for nearly three hours, tracking 165.7 miles (266.7 km) from Woodland Mills to Rough River Dam State Resort Park. The path was the ninth longest in recorded history. It was rated high-end EF4, with an estimated peak wind speed of 190 mph (310 km/h). With a confirmed death toll of 58, it was the deadliest single tornado in the United States since the Joplin, Missouri tornado on May 22, 2011, ten years earlier.
Lindsey
Lindsey 4 aylar önce
I had a classmate who lost his house and parents to a landslide. We had record-breaking rain for days before the event. This is in the Pacific Northwest and Lumber company had clear cut trees on top of the hill, above his neighborhood. This could have happened years earlier, but the soil, no longer held together by tree roots, eventually came down the hill and leveled his house in super thick soil along with whatever tree stumps the Lumber company had left on the hill. He and his sister were at a neighborhood friends house during the slide.... It was Thanksgiving. His family was close with another local family, kids around the same age, and were immediately taken in as part of the family. I think about them often and hope they got a sizable settlement from the Lumber company.
Lis
Lis 2 aylar önce
Oso slide?
Lindsey
Lindsey 4 aylar önce
@Jon Pendragon I feel like you missed the part where I said the lumber company clear cut the entire top of the hill. That means they cut down every tree. Therefore you wouldn’t find trees. There weren’t any.
Lindsey
Lindsey 4 aylar önce
@Jon Pendragon you have no idea what you’re talking about. Go read up on how landslides work.
Jon Pendragon
Jon Pendragon 4 aylar önce
Landslides have nothing to do with tree roots what the heck you talking about did you not see all the trees in that landslide ffs. And why would the lumber company be responsible they didnt put the trees there.
Threisa Clinkscales
Threisa Clinkscales 4 aylar önce
I was awake in Houston Texas when I saw the very beginning of the tsunami that hit Japan and I watched in horror thru the entire devastation. Ships, land, cars, house's even long buildings being swept by water. Ppl trying to get away by crawling on top of tall buildings. It's was absolutely horrifying. I felt so bad for those ppl that didn't get away. Also the reactors that spewed radiation and the ppl that stayed behind to try to stop the multiple problems that where happening who later died. Mother nature is a serial killer and this just proves it. Thousands lost their lives. Horrible. 😪😢😥😩
Hillary Mwirigi
Hillary Mwirigi Aylar önce
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Arthur Pewtey
Arthur Pewtey Yıl önce
"He did what most of us would have done - he got his camera out and started filming." Really? I'd have been either doing everything in my power to get to a shelter and/or getting into the nearest vehicle and driving away like my life depended on it. Literally. If "most of us" really would have stood there and filmed it, I rest my case that the movie "Idiocracy" is actually a documentary.
Brayden Hamer
Brayden Hamer 11 aylar önce
“he did what MOST of us would do” you’re that little percentage that wouldnt
S k
S k 11 aylar önce
Pretty sure he was being sarcastic.
Chefs Corner
Chefs Corner Yıl önce
That's the "Silverlining" To the story. There would be less dumb people!! ;)
Eros Logan
Eros Logan Yıl önce
it is
Joltran
Joltran Yıl önce
You’re the first person I’ve ever seen record of who knows that movie! And it’s entirely a documentary! “GO AWAY! BAITIN’!”
Richard W
Richard W 4 aylar önce
I was stationed in the Philippines when Mount Pinatubo erupted. Where I was stationed there was heavy ash fall, unfortunately there was also heavy rain. This turned the ash in to a substance similar to wet concrete. The local structures could not support this weight and many lives were lost to collapsing roofs and buildings!! For years after rainy season would bring Lahar flows costing even more lives!!!
JSCRocketScientist
JSCRocketScientist 6 aylar önce
“Huge amounts of rain can take a toll on mountainsides.” That’s an understatement. And I don’t mean for mountainsides. At least then, there’s a place for the water to GO (for a while). It’s worse MUCH sooner for flat areas. I live in Houston and we saw in tropical storm Allison and Hurricane Harvey what 40 inches of rain in a few hours can do. I agree that lahars (mudslides) are worse. SO fast and similar to what happens to landfill in an earthquake. It liquifies.
Justin Sander
Justin Sander Yıl önce
A tornado party: A tornado party is where all of the tenants of an apartment building gather in the bottom most or basement apartment to watch the news and wait out the storm. It is considered appropriate to grab snacks to share on the way down, and often I have seen people bring their own dinners that were cooking and it become a pot luck. A tornado party can also be a BBQ thrown by residents of an unprotected building or trailer park during a storm. Which is a consignment to the fact that with no where to go you are screwed anyway so might as well go out having a good time.
Fredo Cuomo
Fredo Cuomo 4 aylar önce
Tornado man is literally proof that the camera man always survives
Dixie Normous
Dixie Normous Yıl önce
Dude recording the tornado has got some balls for staying out there that long.
Ron Skancke
Ron Skancke 6 aylar önce
Kinda like being scared stiff.
Jamie Wallace
Jamie Wallace 10 aylar önce
Extra balls must have cost him the brain
Boo Vaher
Boo Vaher Yıl önce
Big balls = no brains.
Timothy
Timothy 10 aylar önce
I've never seen anything even close to the devastation the tsunami caused. I would think that would be #1 on any list of natural disasters.
Megacooler96
Megacooler96 Yıl önce
I'd say Earthquakes are the most dangerous due to having very little to no warning at all when it hits. At least with the majority of these disasters you get a chance to get away
Scott Martin
Scott Martin 4 aylar önce
Tornadoes scare the hell out of me. I experienced one in Florida when I was like 12 years old that was literally a fraction of a Midwest one and it was enough to still make me shiver when I think about it
Ian Jacobs
Ian Jacobs Yıl önce
I'm from kansas, and there's tornadoes all the time. This first guy was so dumb! He should have taken shelter a long time ago. He's lucky to be alive
Arianna Castaneda
Arianna Castaneda Aylar önce
He is so dumb 😂
shakinbottles
shakinbottles Aylar önce
I'm from Kansas and like we don't get that many tornados over here by kc
Wally Aiken
Wally Aiken Aylar önce
@Young Too Shabby I’m guessing he may be an anti- masker and he’s being sarcastic.
Mandie O'Malley
Mandie O'Malley Aylar önce
And he had a child out there with him!!
Roman Benni Fir
Roman Benni Fir Aylar önce
@Bornnusa your more likely to die in a robbery than a tornado stat wise. By your logic half of America would be unlivable
Deborah Taylor
Deborah Taylor 4 aylar önce
hello,im from West Tn and until you live through these things (Tornadoes) your not fully aware of the danger your in if your to close,please when there's a Tornado warning,please go to storm shelter or your basement, or on lowest floor in a hall way and take cover with blankets and pillows to cover your head.please be safe out there.
JT Moore
JT Moore 11 aylar önce
That mud flow was intense. It was like concrete with about a 20ft slump
Runey17
Runey17 Yıl önce
Nothing beats the Tsunami in Japan and Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. As I live in the Philippines, we have almost all natural disasters in the world, being in the Pacific ring of fire does that. I've experienced tornadoes, typhoons, floods, and earthquakes, though those were nothing too extreme. The most horrifying I've seen was when I saw the video of a local reporter inside the church, where the typhoon was centered. She was trapped inside as the big rain and huge winds battered everything , making the roofs fly and the walls fall as the flood water goes up but she kept on reporting live. The devastation afterwards was so horrifying, I've seen how one island disappeared before, but typhoon Haiyan left 7,000 dead was the deadliest for me .
no peace
no peace 2 aylar önce
Boxing day tsunami, whatever you call it
no peace
no peace 2 aylar önce
The south Asian tsunami beats those unfortunately
Marc Montbleu
Marc Montbleu 10 aylar önce
One of them all that I'm most afraid of are earthquakes, damn I experienced it twice and it's really scary, you know, you never expect it to happen, it just suddenly happen, you can see a tornado taking its form, you know the path of a Hurricane, you know when a tsunami is coming, but you just can never expect an earthquake to happen
jabroski
jabroski 5 aylar önce
How was the lady just standing there while that mudslide was happening Holy crap I'd be running
pepster genie
pepster genie 4 aylar önce
The thing that fascinates me about humans, we are the only animals on planet Earth that disregards our survival instincts. We always gotta go see what going on. It's incredible.
David Alexoff
David Alexoff Yıl önce
I rode out hurricane Hugo. However, Tsunamis, I think are the most disastrous.
Stephanie Cates
Stephanie Cates Yıl önce
They are catastrophic.
Gunther Ultrabolt Novacrunch
Gunther Ultrabolt Novacrunch 4 aylar önce
12:22 "This area has some of the most natural gas and oil fields in the world" That is some top notch writing right there.
Hillary Mwirigi
Hillary Mwirigi Aylar önce
JESUS CHRIST LOVES YOU, PLEASE TELL YOUR FRIENDS, LET ALL REPENT THEIR SINS BEFORE THE LORD, THEY THAT HAVE NOT YET CONFESSED JESUS CHRIST AS LORD, TO REPENT AND TURN BACK TO GOD FROM EVIL AND evil ways, WE ARE LIVING IN THE END TIMES, JESUS CHRIST IS COMING SOON, THUS SAYS THE LORD. Reply
Halfcrowindian
Halfcrowindian 8 aylar önce
Amazing video!! The trees & mudslide were the most interesting &, never heard of the last one-mud volcano😳. Thanks for sharing😊👍🏼
Debra Kleid
Debra Kleid Yıl önce
Makes sense to wait until the last second to run into the house from the tornado. He looked like he was on the porch. We used to be taught to go to the bathroom or closet in the house when you see a tornado. Now everyone grabs their cameras. There is a better video of this same situation of an older man who caught the tornado coming at him and they got hit head on with an EF4 tornado killing his wife and severely injuring him. The noise was unreal and you see the power pole getting torn away and blown away. It’s on FB.
George Joseph Haigh
George Joseph Haigh Yıl önce
Love the short clips in the beginning where the mudslide was happening 😳😧😯 , She's watching this mudslide with her hands on her hips like DAMN !!! Not this again , as if it's happened a few times before and she's not worried about her safety 🤔🤫
Zoe Richeal
Zoe Richeal Yıl önce
I love how he says “get ready to run with me” like y’all really gonna wait until it’s that’s close???
Hillary Mwirigi
Hillary Mwirigi Aylar önce
JESUS CHRIST LOVES YOU, PLEASE TELL YOUR FRIENDS, LET ALL REPENT THEIR SINS BEFORE THE LORD, THEY THAT HAVE NOT YET CONFESSED JESUS CHRIST AS LORD, TO REPENT AND TURN BACK TO GOD FROM EVIL AND evil ways, WE ARE LIVING IN THE END TIMES, JESUS CHRIST IS COMING SOON, THUS SAYS THE LORD. Reply
Sheila Rogge
Sheila Rogge 5 aylar önce
If im not mistaken there was also an elderly man that was being killed the exact time he was filming it across the way
LISATHEPSYCHO
LISATHEPSYCHO 9 aylar önce
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emmiemoore
emmiemoore 10 aylar önce
Wow cool tornado im gonna take my camera out and wait until the tornado is right beside me😃
Trevor Miles
Trevor Miles 10 aylar önce
@J Worth I am sure a plank from the sky fell on him the next day. lol
C Chinnock
C Chinnock Yıl önce
If I lived in a country that regularly gets tornados, I certainly wouldn't be living in a cardboard house.
Anne
Anne Yıl önce
Unless you’re going to live in a fortified concrete bunker, tornadoes can still do damage in tornado alley here
K Vogel
K Vogel Yıl önce
You don't have any idea what a real tornado can do. LOL.
Kai Henningsen
Kai Henningsen Yıl önce
Over here in the European tornado alley, while admittedly they're not quite as fierce as in the US, still, we usually only lose a few roofs or a barn or garden shed. And lots of trees. But then, we like houses built with bricks and/or concrete.
roni bark
roni bark 11 aylar önce
The Cumbre Vieja volcanic ridge on the Spanish island of La Palma, part of the Canary Islands, located some 70 miles off the coast of Morocco, in northwest Africa, has been spewing lava since the 19th of September. The eruption has now continued for more than 50 days with no signs of abating. Already, it has destroyed more than 2,600 buildings, cut the coastal highway, and formed a new peninsula. The lava has also destroyed the town of Todoque, and the fuming flow has reached the town of La Laguna. This eruption has already caused more damage than any eruption on La Palma since records began, and it shows no sign of fading. There is a way to stop eruptions, or at least mitigate them significantly, and it has nothing to do with how we treat the earth, and everything to do with how we treat each other. Earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, hurricanes, floods, and gigantic fires have all been growing more frequent and intense over the past several decades. But the forces that set them off are not related to the phenomena themselves, but to the human species, which intensifies them and causes them to erupt more frequently and fervently. Earth’s ecosystem is built like a pyramid. Its base is the inanimate level, the land masses and oceans that cover the planet. The next level is the flora, the plants that cover the earth, followed by the fauna, the animal kingdom, and at the top of the pyramid is humankind. The forces that govern the planet stretch from the top down. Like a hurricane, the eye of the storm is the least turbulent, but generates the mighty winds and torrents that surround it and destroy everything they touch. We are the eye of the storm. Our subtle but sinister intentions toward each other create the mayhem unfolding around us. It is therefore we, and only we who can calm the storm, for its engine is within us. Until we switch it off, the planet will keep burning. Nature is not only trees, animals, clouds, the earth, and the universe. Nature is first and foremost a force that fills all of reality. We exist within it and influence it through our conduct. When we, the top of the pyramid, conduct ourselves positively, we have a positive influence on all of nature. When we conduct ourselves negatively, this is the influence we have on everything. The pyramid-like structure of nature permeates all levels, including our thoughts and intentions. Therefore, when we spoil our intentions toward each other, the blight spreads downward like a cancer sending out its malignant metastases. If we want a calmer Earth and a kinder climate, we needn’t focus on carbon emissions or plastic waste. These will be fixed when we fix the top of the pyramid, the eye of the storm, namely our negative relation toward each other.
HA
HA 4 aylar önce
You put a lot off effort into a TRshow comment
Geologist
Geologist 5 aylar önce
I was living in Tokyo in 2011 when the M9.0 earthquake and tsunami hit Japan. Scariest natural disaster I've ever witnessed first hand.
Hillary Mwirigi
Hillary Mwirigi Aylar önce
JESUS CHRIST LOVES YOU, PLEASE TELL YOUR FRIENDS, LET ALL REPENT THEIR SINS BEFORE THE LORD, THEY THAT HAVE NOT YET CONFESSED JESUS CHRIST AS LORD, TO REPENT AND TURN BACK TO GOD FROM EVIL AND evil ways, WE ARE LIVING IN THE END TIMES, JESUS CHRIST IS COMING SOON, THUS SAYS THE LORD.
Lewis 970
Lewis 970 3 aylar önce
I live on the East Coast, and I've never seen a Tornado in my life. However if I did see one, I'd head for the basement immediately no matter what direction it was heading.
Archibald Mirenopteryx
Archibald Mirenopteryx Yıl önce
The Slovak couple were *extremely* lucky. Trees going down like that is normally a sure sign that a landslide is about to happen, as in the Swiss video. Had the slide actually been deep enough to actually start moving down the mountain rather than just knocking trees over, they would have been buried alive. That they just got hit by a few trees was incredible good fortune.
Lynx Lancey
Lynx Lancey Aylar önce
@Praise Jesus, Repent or Likewise Perish man be quite 💀 noone was talking about religion at all
Alex Krupchatnikov
Alex Krupchatnikov 3 aylar önce
They are not Slovaks they are Russians. The women said: "That's all. We arrived."
Randall Smerna
Randall Smerna 8 aylar önce
It was just saturated soil and heavy winds. The soil wasn't in danger of sliding.
B Nic
B Nic 11 aylar önce
Were they even by a mountain? I have seen trees topple in saturated soil in a flat area, before. Right across the road from my house, actually.
WhoKnows EverythingGoes
WhoKnows EverythingGoes 11 aylar önce
@linjix hurt is different than dead to be fair
Jim Green
Jim Green 11 aylar önce
That guy caught in the tornado is lucky he, or one of his family, didn't end up with something completely through them--and all for a picture!
OddMavis
OddMavis 5 aylar önce
Omg those huge trees sliding and falling over. That would cut your car in half. Terrifying situation to come across while driving. 😱
Calitri
Calitri 11 aylar önce
Great seeing the footage. But amazing how stupid people will stay risking their life to record a video 🤦‍♂️
Donna Cabot
Donna Cabot 4 aylar önce
Scary. I dreamt once I was looking inside a tornado from the top and the inside was all numbered. Organized chaos. It breaks my heart when I see pics of families loosing their homes while they’re amongst the rubble.
erents1
erents1 Yıl önce
Guy in first video of a tornado never figured out what was going on…”Look at all the roof shit bro, get ready to run with me, wahoo!” His wife and or 5 year old attempt to talk sense to him so he runs into a screened in patio, genius.
Chris
Chris Yıl önce
That's what we do in the midwest. I had an EF1 touch down bout 300yds away from me, I just kept mowing.
S C
S C Yıl önce
This TRshowr doesn't credit that video (which he should - he should credit all of them), but I have seen the original video. If I recall correctly, that is the monster tornado that killed 5 stormchasers in El Reno, OK. I could be wrong, though. Maybe it's the one that hit Joplin, MO?
Steve
Steve Yıl önce
He wasn't gifted with an abundance of common sense.
Gabriel V.
Gabriel V. Aylar önce
I'm blessed at living in a peaceful place that never had that..
Bryan Simpson
Bryan Simpson 11 aylar önce
Mud slide lady was pretty confident the slide was going to stop just short of her.
Samira Samee
Samira Samee Yıl önce
Me, saying “Thank God” each time he says” luckily, nobody was injured “ 🥺🥺😥
Jevgeni Ardassov
Jevgeni Ardassov Yıl önce
Yes, it looks like a menacing tornado, lets stay and film it. What could possibly wrong.
Barnacle Boi
Barnacle Boi 10 aylar önce
Everything. Every fucking thing can fucking go wrong. But itll be okay, im recording.
Paladin Page
Paladin Page 4 aylar önce
A colossal miscalculation was made by the cameraman in the tornado segment, he was fortunate he and his family survived.
GK2003
GK2003 Yıl önce
2:08: consider this: while it’s cool to record video of a tornado, looking at it on the small screen as you capture it is almost certain to result in you issuing what’s actually occurring in reality around you. Might be better off watching the actual tornado, and you’d realize far sooner that it’s coming toward you
Bryan Nations
Bryan Nations Yıl önce
As someone who has survived and F4 tornado that guy is very lucky.
Matt B
Matt B Yıl önce
Number 2 was pretty weak. It was scarey for that couple for sure, and definitely out of the ordinary, but some trees falling down affecting 2 people doesn't compare to the others on this list.
Cowgirl MollyRae
Cowgirl MollyRae 8 aylar önce
That guy in the tornado was super brave to stand and record a tornado coming right at him
Bryan Doyle
Bryan Doyle Yıl önce
The last one is incredible, mud volcanos.
Victor Duran
Victor Duran Yıl önce
Tornado guy later that night: Look at those head lights… they seem to be getting bigger…
Joyce LeBaron
Joyce LeBaron 6 aylar önce
😁
Daily Vibes 🕊️
Daily Vibes 🕊️ Yıl önce
Living with that fear everyday 😲
J Bye
J Bye Yıl önce
I forgot to draw breath as I was watching the tornado! That was terrifying!
raydunakin
raydunakin Yıl önce
That mud flow is so thick, black, and chunky, it almost looks like a lava flow! All that's missing is the red-hot stuff inside.
Valentinesx __
Valentinesx __ 6 aylar önce
@NANNYSHARON at all🤣🤣😅
CitizenMio
CitizenMio 6 aylar önce
@Armchair critic It did, at least for the duration of the clip, probably a bit longer. There's an initial surge that overflows onto the road and over the bridge. But from 8:43 the flow is less intense and the drainage canal you see in the beginning of the clip catches up. There's even a bit of a gurgling sound as the bridge unclogs like your kitchen sink and slurps it back under it. The rumbling noise continues to the end and while they don't risk getting close enough to look over the mud and into the canal anymore, you can see a couple of tree branches getting whisked by at high speed.
Emcee Prophet
Emcee Prophet 6 aylar önce
It made me wonder how to clean it
Armchair critic
Armchair critic 8 aylar önce
Why did it stop though? Wish it wouldve kept flowing at least.
Bill Kikstra
Bill Kikstra 8 aylar önce
Concrete
AimSmallFragHigh
AimSmallFragHigh 5 aylar önce
2:26 every time I see a tornado video I always listen to see if I can hear if it actually sounds like a train coming at you.
Guy Williams
Guy Williams Yıl önce
I always wonder what happened to those people that turned around to get away from the tsunami, were they able to drive fast enough?
Guy Williams
Guy Williams Aylar önce
@Hillary Mwirigi fuck you and your selfish, pedophile beliefs...
Hillary Mwirigi
Hillary Mwirigi Aylar önce
JESUS CHRIST LOVES YOU, PLEASE TELL YOUR FRIENDS, LET ALL REPENT THEIR SINS BEFORE THE LORD, THEY THAT HAVE NOT YET CONFESSED JESUS CHRIST AS LORD, TO REPENT AND TURN BACK TO GOD FROM EVIL AND evil ways, WE ARE LIVING IN THE END TIMES, JESUS CHRIST IS COMING SOON, THUS SAYS THE LORD. Reply
ZinisterZ
ZinisterZ Yıl önce
It's crazy once you discover videos hidden to the general public. You'll see videos that look like found footage movies in these natural disasters. Once you watch one, you can't stop watching it! It's insane....
VSG Michelle
VSG Michelle 6 aylar önce
Omg im glad the family in the car were ok 👌 all those trees how scary 😧
Key2dap1ezers
Key2dap1ezers 7 gün önce
13:19 is beautiful and terrifying at the same time
Myco Isiko😊
Myco Isiko😊 Yıl önce
The mud part was so amazing
Nicole Marie B.
Nicole Marie B. 3 aylar önce
I had a tree fall on my car during a severe microburst. That’s a sound I’ll never forget, and I kinda wish I didn’t watch that second video!
Pablo Nescafebar
Pablo Nescafebar Yıl önce
You didn't have to speed up the tsunami videos to try and make it more intense. They are powerful videos as they are, showing the seemingly slow but evidently unstoppable force of the ocean.
Moka Chino
Moka Chino 4 aylar önce
Here we will witness the true power of a cameraman. "We are immortals"
Name Here
Name Here Yıl önce
I'm the person with go-bags ready to flee where ever needed within 2 minutes. Capturing it on video would be the last thing on my mind.
Katie Bea
Katie Bea Yıl önce
@Dingus Bingus As your concern and politeness did NOT immediately devolve into insults, NOTE once you have thoroughly read my drops, you won't fear I hold a thoroughly discountable "divi ne interv ention only" stance. You may not understand the nature of the Da niel 11 attitude of "those who know their Go d" nor comprehend the words translated to "fir mly resi st" or "do expl oits". Borrow a Stron g's Exhaus tive Concord ance and/ or a NIV Exhau stive Concord ance and back-track the words. It should give you a totally different thought-line than that which most "religio us, Nicola tian-types" hold onto and you will NOT fear for my "misplaced innocence". My point is NOT to just trust in "the speed of horses" or "strength of arm". My point is do not COMPLETELY "discount the HOPE of div ine inter vention" WHILE performing all one can afford to perform prior to this next phase of "Venez uela-ing" our nation.. A solid place to gain understanding how some fait hful, not relig ious, people think is in the *Fox Book of Mart yrs" and a quick study of Peter Waldo and the Walden sians. Nicol atian, directly translated, is "(those who) rule over the people". In Revel ation, Yeshua Jesus declared HE HATES the Nicol atian structure(s). As "old school/ ancient" governments ALWAYS controlled both the WOR SHIP of which "god(s)" the nation HAD to bow down to AND the Military/ police state "rule of law" that was used as a "lightning brigade" or "red patch branch" to quell uppity folk, HE was saying LOTS of things when one reads between the lines. IF I get more explicit, I get deleted by the Al-gore-rhythm (regularly). Thank you for letting me clarify my position. As to each ones personal FAI TH-based convic tions, we both stand or fall accordingly, die and "then comes the judgement"; die well.
yaabuddyyy
yaabuddyyy Yıl önce
Your worried about natural disasters you need to be worried about man made disasters
Dingus Bingus
Dingus Bingus Yıl önce
@Katie Bea what's delusional is justifying doing essentially nothing over trying to survive when the moment arises. Depending on what path you've taken, one would consider that a sin. What good is a religion and it's preachers when it's reliant on fear.
RZ Notorious
RZ Notorious Yıl önce
smart man
Name Here
Name Here Yıl önce
@Glares do you understand the difference from people who have fire alarms in their house versus those who are preaching apocalypse? Reasonable prudence is a standard and common thing in society. Preaching the end of times and fear mongering is not. Not even the same.
John Davis
John Davis Yıl önce
Wow! That landslide at 9:00 was crazy. I would love to have dirt like that in my garden.
JkardeZ
JkardeZ 4 aylar önce
Actually Amazon prime delivery to your doorstep.
OrdinaryLife Vlog
OrdinaryLife Vlog 4 aylar önce
Lol I thought the same thing! That soil must be amazing
kevin lockhart
kevin lockhart 6 aylar önce
@papapetad he'd probably be happy to see it go
Monica Gloria
Monica Gloria 11 aylar önce
Things only a Gardner would say, hahaha ❤
シ︎live laugh love  be ur self シ︎
シ︎live laugh love be ur self シ︎ 11 aylar önce
@papapetad 🤣🤣
Alias Marg8ta
Alias Marg8ta Yıl önce
8:21 "There's a big mudslide sliding down uncontrollably. I will stand beside it because I am invincible". If that was me, I'd run away so fast. I've seen so many disaster movies. I expect a giant underground creature to come out and start eating people.
Neffy Cat
Neffy Cat 2 aylar önce
Thankj you very much for sharing, friend. That was amazing! I really enjoy your videos. You have great editing too! The music is absolutely perfect for it as well!
paul spencer
paul spencer Yıl önce
As always. Love your content :)
D O Double G
D O Double G Yıl önce
"They (natural disasters) have a kind of HAUNTING BEAUTY to them." That's a GREAT way to describe them. 👍👍😉✌️
Mel Luques
Mel Luques 2 aylar önce
First time hearing of the mud volcano🥺 Thank you for this video🙏🏻 very interesting. 🙏🏻
Don Corleone
Don Corleone 2 aylar önce
"I'm on my way home..." Then sees his house coming towards him instead.
Todd Amtmann
Todd Amtmann 4 aylar önce
"Be ready to run with me, bud!" I wonder what point he realized that wasn't realistic...😂
Mace Baldugo
Mace Baldugo 9 aylar önce
This kind of road looks creepy to me. Especially when driving at night and you are new to the area. I would never pass by there alone .
Señora de Mendoza
Señora de Mendoza Yıl önce
If I saw one of these things coming, I wouldn't be getting out my phone & recording it, I'd be getting the heck out of there!
Winds of March Journey/Perry tribute band
Winds of March Journey/Perry tribute band Aylar önce
I just have to hear a siren or alarm and I MOVE. I was first one out during a false fire alarm and a tornado siren. Now, I've got the basement all set w water and such.
David Alexoff
David Alexoff Yıl önce
I saw a Japanese man run for his life, the wave behind him seemed in slow motion, in seconds, he disappeared, gone.
Matthew Bailey
Matthew Bailey Yıl önce
No you didn't. But you did. Just wanted in the name club.
Matthew Greene
Matthew Greene Yıl önce
No you didn’t
Matthew Lloyd
Matthew Lloyd Yıl önce
no you didn’t
Squxshy
Squxshy Yıl önce
Glad to know the kid survived in the first clip
Alistee Aiken
Alistee Aiken 3 aylar önce
Good video guys, thankfully I live in N Ireland we don't get extremes of weather/natural disasters
devoid24
devoid24 Aylar önce
Its still so unreal to watch the videos of the 2011 Japan Tsunami. So many dead and displaced. 11 years later and i bet so many are still dealing with the loss of people.
Thomas Hutchinson
Thomas Hutchinson Yıl önce
I lived near the town that got hit by that tornado, we got stuff like that all the time but usually in cornfields. That town got demolished by that tornado.
Ukulele girl 201
Ukulele girl 201 6 aylar önce
What town is it? I live in Illinois and I was trying to figure out if I live near it
DioDiablo
DioDiablo 4 aylar önce
How do you just stand there and watch a tornado come at you like that?
ReelX4U
ReelX4U Yıl önce
I lived through Super Storm Sandy and the aftermath that it left behind, but it nothing compared to these natural disasters.
TG R.
TG R. 9 aylar önce
"Haunting beauty!" Well said.
Citinited
Citinited 9 aylar önce
tornado approaching man: "yes this is a good idea to stand still and record it"
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