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Multiple waves of severe weather moved across central Indiana on May 30, 2004. Fifteen tornadoes struck central Indiana, with an additional 8 more across the remainder of the state. Damage estimates in central Indiana were over $13 million dollars. At the time, this event ranked as the second largest tornado outbreak in Indiana. In addition to the tornadoes, the multiple rounds of storms lead to flooding issues across central Indiana into the night.

Overview of tornado paths
Overview of Central Indiana Tornado Tracks (link to image)
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