The city already has a long history of tornados, however. Devastating twisters tore through in 1876, 1920, 1961, and again in 1967, when one with 200 mph winds cut 16 miles through the neighboring community of Oak Lawn and all the way into Lake Michigan. If a tornado smashed into Chicago today, and if the rarest and most destructive type of tornado known as an "F-5" hit the city, the destruction would be horrific.
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