Storm chaser Reed Timmer captures stunning 360-degree video of tornado

Renowned storm chaser Reed Timmer is no stranger to facing down the swirling winds of tornadoes ripping through the fields and towns of the so-called tornado alley.

But one of his latest videos lets followers take a spin around the storm cell, using 360-degree video.

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With a 360-degree camera mounted on his vehicle, Timmer and his crew captured jaw-dropping footage of the twister, allowing viewers to toggle the screen and view the storm from ground to sky and peer into the heart of the storm as he speeds towards it.

(Use your mouse to move the video viewer on a desktop or tilt your phone to see the 360-degree view)

Timmer, on his 桑拿会所 account, said it was the “most insane video of [a] tornado” he had ever shot.

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    The tornado outside of Wray was one of four twisters to touch down in Colorado’s Yuma County Saturday.

    Fortunately only four people were reported injured in the stormy weather and there were no reports of damage.

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    Since Saturday, the same system of storms has spawned a series of tornadoes in the U.S. Midwest and Great Plains — including a particularly destructive one that killed two people and destroyed several homes in Oklahoma late Monday afternoon. According to the Storm Prediction Center, 23 tornadoes touched down in five states Monday.

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