CEDAR PARK, Texas (FNS) -- May 27, 1997 started like most other spring days here -- sunny, hot and humid. It was hardly ominous. But by afternoon, the sky had turned dark and the wind picked up. Larry Fore, manager of the 10-month-old Albertson's in this small community, didn't think much of it. Springtime in Texas is prime thunderstorm season. But then Albertson's employees spotted a tornado spinning far off in the distance, coming down and then retreating back into the clouds, only to ...

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