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May 28, 2011 4:35 PM

If a tornado were headed toward you, what would you do?

A lesson from the tragedy in Joplin, Mo., is that tornadoes may strike with little or no warning, hidden by rain or nearly transparent until they kick up dust and debris. You might be shopping, visiting a nursing home, driving a car or attending a movie. Here's what to do if you find yourself in an unfamiliar place when a tornado approaches.

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