CINCINNATI - Deadly storms that ripped through the Midwest last week, including the Tri-State, have a left an unimaginable path of damage for thousands of people. As cleanup continues, the memories of what happened on Friday March, 2, 2012 will last a lifetime.
While many people did not experience Mother Nature at her worst, dozens of people across the Tri-State who did took video of the devastating storms.
Here are a several videos people recorded during Friday's storms and tornadoes. (For mobile and tablet users go to a browser version of WCPO.com to view the videos.)
*** Warning, some of the language in a few of the videos may be considered inappropriate.
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