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    Watch Towering Tornado Sweep Accross Mexican Town

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    Tornadoes are most common in the north of Mexico but do happen all over the Latin American country.

    Citizens of Fresnillo were surprised to see a giant tornado sweeping across the Mexican town, sharing online photos and videos of the large twister. The towering tornado reportedly formed on 6 August at about 1:00 p.m. local time and (18:00 GMT) grew stronger, gathering debris from the ground, but didn't caused any damage, according to the local authorities. 

    ​The reports say the tornado reached speeds ranging from 37 mph to 72 mph, travelled across rural area and disintegrated in the mountains of the Piedras. 

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