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Next time a tile blows off your roof in a gale


Forum Editor

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count yourself lucky that you don't have this to contend with.It's difficult to imagine the terror that a storm of this magnitude must cause as it bears down on your village/town/city.

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woodchip

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Can remember 120 mph one in the 1950's

Took Loads of roofs and Chimneys off where I lived, Walls flattened etc

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Forum Editor

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The storm has made landfall, with winds in excess of 200 kph. It is predicted to maintain that level of ferocity for at least six hours.

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Paddy

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Blackhat Taking into account your track record, I guess you don't bother to do the lottery.:) Paddy

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morddwyd

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I was on the first relief aircraft into Belize after a hurricane in 1961.

Pretty scary to see the devastation.

6,000 or so dead - the smell of putrefaction permeated the aircraft from fifty miles off shore (unpressurised, open to atmosphere, flying at 1,000 ft).

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Dragon_Heart

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Really, so I'm in a minority then?

You been fantasizing again FE ?

After the luck Blackhat had would you be able to concentrate for 14 hours ?

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