Bus driver jumps into action just before the Dayton, OH Tornado struck

THIS MAN SAVED LIVES! WHAT A HERO!

Greater Dayton RTA driver, David Dancer quickly acted to get passengers and fellow staff employees to safety as the EF-4 Tornado approached the Northwest Hub Transit Center on May 27th 2019.

The surveillance camera (SC) of the bus involved in the Tornadic event caught Dancer’s heroic act in full – watch in the SC footage below (a brief interview with Dancer will follow the SC footage).

The video was posted on the official YouTube account of Greater Dayton RTA.

That night, the Dayton region of Ohio was devastated by a number of Tornadoes. You can read our coverage on the EF-4 Dayton, Ohio Tornado here. Find more of our articles on Tornadoes that have struck the state of Ohio here.

New image of the Dayton, Ohio EF-4 Tornado has emerged online

The Tornado struck towards the end of last month.

Nightmarish, terrifying are just some of the words that come to mind! A new image of the Dayton, Ohio EF-4 Tornado has emerged online – see below. 

This image aka screen grab was brought to our attention by McCall Vrydaghs’ post on her official Facebook account – which you can read below. 

“Facebook follower Adam Seas captured the EF4 twister in north Dayton while out filming the storm on Memorial Day evening. Here is a screen grab from the footage. You can clearly see the tornado as it was illuminated by the flashes of lightning.(📸: Adam Seas)”

In case you’re wondering, Vrydaghs is the chief meteorologist of WHIO-TV. The EF-4 Tornado struck on Monday 27th May. You can find our coverage on the Tornado in the links below.

Photos of last night’s Dayton, Ohio Tornado damage in daylight

Update: With regret, we have to report that an eighty one year old man has died after a vehicle slammed into his home. Find out more here.

Original post: Celina, Ohio damage photos/video will also feature. 

In the photos below, take a look at the damage caused by last night’s Tornado in Dayton, Ohio in daylight. 

For your information: Photos all taken & embedded from the feed of Twitter user, Mr Ohio. Video of Tornado damage in Celina can be found below.

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Meteorologist Jamie Simpson tells viewers to stop complaining about Tornado warnings interrupting ‘The Bachelorette’

“GOD BLESS THIS MAN! He had the balls to do it live on the air!” Jamie Simms, website lead.

Last night, a large and destructive Tornado swept through Dayton, Ohio (OH). However, that wasn’t the only storm Dayton residents were facing.

Fox 45 meteorologist, Jamie Simpson launched into a passionate excoriation of the viewers during a live Tornado warning broadcast when people started to complain on social media that the warning broadcast was interrupting The Bachelorette. BOO HOO!

Let’s starting from the beginning! A Tornado watch was issued last night through to 2;00am, local time for OH. The Fox 45 meteorologist was giving live updates on the Tornado, which would cause significant damage to the Dayton area later on that night…

…Then he started to see complaints come in on social media.

In the video below, listen to what Simpson had to say on the complains – transcription can be read underneath.

“Just checking on social media, we have (some) folks complaining already, ‘just go back to the show’.

No, we’re not going back to the show folks! This is a dangerous situation, okay?

It’s your own neighbourhood. I’m sick and tired of people complaining about this. Our job here is to keep you safe and that’s what we’re going to do.

Some of you complain that this is all about my ego. Stop, okay? Just stop right now. It’s not! I’m done with you people, I really am. This is pathetic!”

Simpson later on went to apologise and say; “it really bothers me that people don’t care other people’s safety around here”.

Social media users – in particular Twitter – took to the platform to praise Simpson for his work following what has been called, ‘”the scariest night of their lives” – read relating tweets below.

Another video of this event can be watched below.

Large and destructive night-time Tornado captured on camera in Dayton, OH

Another nightmarish Tornado. The above feature photo was captured by Josh Martinez. Reports of injuries have emerged, we will have a future article on that particular situation.

A large and destructive night-time Tornado has been captured on camera in Dayton, Ohio – see in the photo below.

Photo credit: Josh Martinez

The photo was captured by Josh Martinez on the day the Tornado struck – last night, yesterday, 28th May. Find more of Martinez’s photos of the Tornado below.

Videos of the Tornado has now come to our attention – watch in the footage below. This video was captured by Ben Norrod.

Find more video relating to the Tornado below.

Video credit: TBC

As the title suggests, this was a destructive Tornado. Find photos of damage caused by this violent Tornado below.

Photo credit: Live Storm Chasers
Photo credit: Nate Morris‏
Photo credit: Live Storm Chasers
Photo credit: Steven G Anderson II
Photo credit: Steven G Anderson II
Photo credit: Mike Johnson

Once more photos/videos emerge, we will post it. This will be an updating story.

Tornado captured on camera in West Alexandria, Ohio

WOW! This spun up quickly! A Tornado has been captured on camera in West Alexandria, Ohio – watch in the video below.

The video was captured by Heather Smith on the day the Tornado struck – yesterday evening, 19th May.

However, Ohio News and Weather posted the video on their official Facebook account. Find more photos/videos of the Tornado below.

Photo credit: Michael Crowley
Photo credit: Adam Peeling

Yesterday’s Shelby, Ohio Wedge Tornado captured on camera

The wedge Tornado that struck Shelby, Ohio yesterday has been extensively captured on camera – see in the videos below.

Video captured by Daniel Royse
Video captured by Brit Wager
Video captured by Brett Close

The videos above were posted by Live Storm Chasers on their official Facebook account. Here’s just one more video…

Photos/video of damage caused by the Shelby wedge can be found below:

Photo credit: Amanda Moran
Photo credit: Ben Gauthier