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VIDEO: Tornado touchdown in North Dakota going viral

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A North Dakota man's video of a tornado getting uncomfortably close is quickly going viral.

His name is Dan Yorgason, according to his YouTube page, and he kept his camera rolling when a tornado appears to have touched down in Watford.

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*WARNING: Graphic language*

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The National Weather Service reports a EF2 tornado was 5 miles outside of Watford City on May 26. It's reported estimated peak wind was 120 miles per hour and nine people were injured, according to emergency officials from McKenzie County.

An EF2 tornado is classified as a "strong" tornado with winds varying from 111 to 135 mph.

Remember, you are advised to take shelter immediately during severe weather.

Click here to review tornado safety rules from the National Weather Service.

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