Severe thunderstorms have developed over the Plains and have produced tornadoes over portions of northern Texas, western Kansas and southern Nebraska.
One tornado estimated to be a mile wide leveled a Halliburton plant, causing chemical and gas leaks on November 16, 2015.
The Halliburton plant in Pampa, Texas was completely leveled.
No injuries have been reported as the plant itself was empty when the tornado struck.
However the gigantic tornado didn’t miss the many cars parked in front of the building.
This first video features multiple tornadoes that occurred across the Texas Panhandle on November 16, 2015, including twin tornadoes near Miami, Texas:
The chemical spills and gas leaks are currently being contained.
No radioactive materials have spilled said officials.
Meanwhile, a BNSF train has also derailed and several rail cars were blown over due to the fierce winds that blew during the storm. Here the scary tornado warning during the Pampa event:
Additionally, there have been reports of damaged houses and cars.
This giant tornado is terrifying. Have you ever experienced such an apocalyptical event?