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An enormous storm (tornado) destroyed the sunflower
Csongrád County

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The agricultural areas and the touched settlements showed a shocking picture after the destructive storm. The crop was destroyed totally on the lands, the ice and the enormous edge broke the corn totally, the wheat is lying on the land, the stems of the sunflowers they tower above barely towards the sky.

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Uploaded: 21/06/2010
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