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A Publication of Union University Thursday, November 21, 2002

Union University suffers damage from F1 tornado: No One Injured
Early Sunday morning, Nov. 10, time stood still at Union University. That’s when, according to student eyewitness accounts and the National Weather Service, an F1 tornado formed above the campus, creating 110-mile-an-hour winds which blew dumpsters and picnic tables through the air, knocked down trees and power lines, and broke and shattered glass windows in cars and buildings. The time on the clock of the university’s Miller Tower read 12:05. It would stay that way for the next 18 hours. (READ MORE)

The Miller Tower clock froze at 12:05 a.m. as the tornado warnings sounded.

The Union community banded together to clean-up the tornado damage on Monday. Pictured here is Sarah Thompson, a junior music major from Arkadelphia, AR, picking up shards of glass knocked out of dorm windows by the tornado.



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