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Aerial View of July 6, 2014 Tornado Damage [Video]

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It can be hard to grasp the amount of damage caused by the tornado that came through West Michigan on Sunday night.

An aerial video gives us a unique look at the damage and better understanding of how destructive the tornado was.

The tornado, rated an EF-1, left a path 6.25 miles long and 300-400 yards wide at it’s peak.

Thousands were without power and dozens of homes were damaged.

A video, taken by Adam Dabaja, gives us an aerial view of some of the damage caused by the tornado on Sunday night. The video shows the path of the tornado and the power of the storm.

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