FAIRFAX — A farm where scenes from the 1996 movie "Twister” were shot was hit Monday by a real tornado.
During the filming of a scene in "Twister,” film crews tracked actors along a road and taking shelter beneath a bridge as a tornado passed over. The track of the fictitious tornado in the film and the real one that hit Monday appeared eerily familiar, Harrison said.
"The path of the tornado came exactly the same way that they made it in the movie,” he said.
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