On Friday, April 13, 2012, the Storm Prediction Center issued one of the most extreme and prolonged severe weather warnings it had ever issued. And the storms came: in Oklahoma, a major outbreak of tornadoes began on April 13 and raged for four days. The cluster of around 100 twisters spread through several states in the region, killing six and causing nearly $300 million worth of damages. Dozens of homes were leveled; one mobile home park in the Wichita, Kansas area was completely devastated.
last friday the 13th my daughter wrecked her bicycle and lacerated her liver today i lost my job due to cut backs and ran out of gas