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    Posted April 28, 2012 by
    vmadipotti
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    maryland heights, Missouri
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    st louis hail storm

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     vmadipotti took these pictures of the hail storm on Saturday. 'The clouds got dark all of a sudden and we started hearing a big sound and we thought it sounded like a tornado,' he says. 'When I looked outside, I saw big ice chunks falling.' He says several car windows were cracked due to the hail.
    - jne2013, CNN iReport producer

    Biggest hail in history of st louis..The clouds got dark all of a sudden and we started  hearing a big sound and we thought it like tornado and when I looked out  side I see big ice chunks falling down. This happend around April 28th, 6:15 PM I see my car hit with three of  them and by fourth my car windows went down and I saw all the cars in  the parking lot getting all windshields and side windows cracking. This is a disaster,  I never seen this in my life and I felt like I  am watching "The Day After Tomorrow Movie Hail scene". Some of  the apartment windows are broken and the side walls has cracks. We  didn't know it was coming, I checked weather at 5:00 and 5:30 but I  didn't know it was coming. I should have gone to mall and hide my brand  new car there. I see like 24 cars damaged in my apartment parking lot. Assume  how many cars have been damaged in the city of maryland heights.

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