KRMG first aired the clip of the gawkers, who were dangerously close to the Moore tornado, last week.
Storm chaser Jon Haverfield was the one behind the camera.
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YouTube video courtesy: Jon Haverfield
For days the meteorologist in Waco, TX, had been chasing tornadoes.
It was May 20th when Haverfield and his partner set out from Tulsa headed toward Oklahoma City.
Haverfield tells KRMG, “I was chasing in central Oklahoma that day. We had chased two days prior and saw a lot of tornadoes. As you know, the Shawnee tornado was the day before.”
The storm chasers spotted a small twister.
Minutes later the tornado grew to an enormous size.
“We knew at that point this was a monster of a tornado and unfortunately with a path that took it right through the heart of Moore.”
A lot of people were packing their cars and trying to outrun the monster.
“In the video you can see people standing on the overpass there above Interstate 35 looking at the tornado. “
The video shows the group standing on the side of the road with debris swirling around their heads.
“I’m hoping those people made it out alright, because we kind of bailed before they left and went east.”
You can see more on Haverfield’s story on The Weather Channel Monday night at 8:00 p.m.