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A massive storm generated several tornadoes on Sunday in the Midwest, hitting Kansas, Oklahoma and Missouri. The tornado in Kansas got so bad that news station staff at the NBC affiliate TV station in Wichita, Kan. had to leave in the middle of a live broadcast to take cover.
In the dramatic video, the channel’s meteorologist JD Rudd is talking about the extreme weather in front of a radar image of the storm when, after a few seconds, producers tells him it’s time to leave.
“You know JD, in 20 years I never said this, but I think it’s our time to go,” he says. “It is time for all of us to get to shelter.”
Watch the video below.
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