Huge Dust Cloud Hits Texas

Sam Champion reports on a dust cloud that blanketed the entire city of Lubbock.
1:09 | 10/18/11

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An incredible force of nature you gotta imagine your -- time weather starting like this 7071 -- -- wind temperatures dropped thirty degrees and in this choking cloud of dust. Moves through your town -- some folks in Lubbock say it felt like the end of the world. Corrado would but from the light of day and that act is -- add to that the pitch black dark of night. This massive dust storm enveloped the city of Lubbock Texas -- In minutes and -- dark -- -- just. Tomorrow and I actually like it was a good -- anyway. Winds gusting seventy miles an hour. -- -- Herring across west Texas forming this mass of 8000 foot high mountain of dust. Visibility near zero no one knows what's going on because. -- -- -- -- Planes including this large FedEx jet knocked over like toys massive tractor trailers no match for the wind. Trees also down on houses with damage estimates now in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. -- -- The -- as it -- -- -- at risk the there is anything like that. And.

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