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Published on Jan 1, 2011
EDIT:: Taken facing south, just east of I-55; the frontage road is on the other side of the fence to the right. On New Year's Eve, a tornado or something hit Byram, the small city south of Jackson. I was visiting my Mom. The green flashes were transformers or powerlines being damaged by the wind. It knocked over the gas grill in front of us, and around 100 feet of fenceline were knocked flat. Younger sister's van window was knocked out, siding was ripped off the neighbor lady's house, the front wall of a building collapsed, and numerous utility poles were snapped. Needless to say, the fireworks tents were DEMOLISHED. Barbie Bassett is the WLBT meteorolgist that, if she were to see this video, I'm sure would say "You fool! Get to cover! Don't risk your life shooting a stupid video, it's not worth it!" Mom asked me if I were a member of some sort of stormchasing club or something. "No, Mom. I'm just an idiot with a camera."