Notes made 60-mile trip in tornado, Ada resident Harold Muse reports
ADA — Tuesday's tornado stopped well short of the Pontotoc County town of Ada. But when Harold and Gloria Muse walked their property 5 miles south of town the next morning to look for damage from the storm's gusty winds, they found something that didn't belong: a propane company's notepad from Lone Grove, more than 60 miles away.
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