Tim Samaras, 55, along with his son, Paul Samaras, 24, and Carl Young, 45, died on Friday in El Reno after a tornado that packed winds of up to 165 mph picked up their car and threw it.
This Storm Chaser Risked It All for Tornado Research Tim Samaras always wanted to be a storm chaser and he was one of the best. But then he encountered the deadly El Reno tornado of 2013.This beastly tornado left behind captivating images and an incredible. paper plates and other lightweight objects were probably. spearheaded by legendary tornado researcher Tim Samaras.Tim Samaras, 55, a leading storm chaser and founder of the tornado research company Twistex, was killed in the Oklahoma City suburb of El Reno along with his son, Paul Samaras, 24, and Carl Young.
Tim Samaras’s son, Paul, and another chaser, Carl Young, also died. The Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Okla., said the men were involved in tornado research.
Three storm chasers - including father and son - killed 'doing what they loved' in Oklahoma tornado as death toll rises to 12. Tim Samaras, 55, his son Paul, 24, and crew member Carl Young, 45.
Tim Samaras’ son, Paul Samaras, 24, also of Bennett; and another chaser, Carl Young, also died. The Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Okla., said the men were involved in tornado research.
Tim Samaras was a veteran storm chaser who hunted down tornados across North America, gaining vital scientific data from the ingenious probes he invented.Travelling thousands of miles across.
Tornado chaser Tim Samaras shows the probes he uses when trying to collect data in Ames,. 3 veteran storm chasers killed by Oklahoma tornado. said the men were involved in tornado research.
Download file to see previous pages Storm chasing in Tornado Alley is a dangerous, thrilling and awe inspiring activity assisted by modern technology but the risks taken is well rewarded by the information gained, which is a significant contribution to the field of studying storms. 1. The storm chaser’s experience of studying storms in Tornado Alley.
Jun 7, 2013 - In memory of the TWISTEX Team- Tim Samaras, Paul Samaras, and Carl Young. RIP. See more ideas about Samara, Storm, Storm chasing.
Storm chasers Carl Young and Tim Samaras, along with Tim's son, Paul Samaras, were killed in an EF3 tornado on Friday west of Oklahoma City. The National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center.
Veteran tornado scientist Tim Samaras, his son, environmental photographer Paul Samaras, 24, and meteorologist Carl Young, 45, died while chasing Friday's EF-3 tornado in El Reno, Oklahoma. The.
Although the tornado remained over mostly open terrain, dozens of storm chasers unaware of its immense size and erratic movement were caught off-guard. Near Highway 81, TWISTEX scientist and engineer Tim Samaras, along with his son Paul and research partner Carl Young, died.
Brantley Hargrove will discuss and sign The Man Who Caught the Storm: The Life of Legendary Tornado Chaser Tim Samaras at the Tattered Cover at 2526 East Colfax Avenue at 7 p.m. Monday, April 23.
TORNADO DAMAGE. How does a tornado do damage? Most of the damage from a tornado happens one of two direct ways: exposure to extreme wind or impact by flying debris. In a developed area, a tornado essentially acts as a giant blender full of millions of small and large projectiles--boards, broken glass, nails, shingles, gravel, wire, cables, sheet metal, hardware, tree parts, whole trees, rocks.
Three storm-chaser stars for the Discovery Channel were among 13 people killed in tornadoes and flooding in the nation's heartland over the weekend, authorities reported Sunday.
More storms over in US East, South AP PORTLAND. A file photo of Tornada chaser Tim Samaras who was killed along with his son Paul Samaras and. said the men were involved in tornado research.