What Twin Cities newsroom wowed viewers with its coverage of the 1986 Spring Lake Park tornado? - Bring Me The News

What Twin Cities newsroom wowed viewers with its coverage of the 1986 Spring Lake Park tornado?

On this day in 1986, a Twin Cities television station is in the right place at the right time and delivers stunning live images of a tornado in Spring Lake Park. Which station? A) KARE B) KSTP C) WCCO D) KMSP For the answer, click on the headline above...
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A) KARE-TV, led by meteorologist Paul Douglas, carries live images of the July 18 tornado. Here's a sample of what viewers saw:

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