Blue Ash Residents Remember Deadly Tornado | Ohio News Network (ONN)
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#1 Jun 9, 2010
I think the sensationalizing of the news, including the weather, is making dangerous situations even more so. When you hype, or overhype a situation, people's curiosity is going to be naturally raised, just to see what's going on. With the way some of these weather situations are being reported, a lot of people are staying out to watch this stuff unfold when they should be seeking shelter in a basement, closet, or in a bathtub with a matress over themselves.
#3 Jun 9, 2010
I agree with Batter Up's comments. There are so many people more worried about capturing the images on their cell phones or digital cameras to send to the news media which is helpful for documenting these type storms but not to put someone's life in danger. After being in the path of these storms, it's better to seek shelter than to risk the chance of being hurt or even killed. I observe the conditions and take shelter just to make sure. I would never risk any unnecessary danger to anyone, especially my family when it comes to severe weather.
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