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Do you remember where you were on Aug. 6, 1993?

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Do you remember where you were on Aug. 6, 1993? That is the day 18 tornadoes touched down across the Commonwealth in one of the worst weather events Virginia has ever experienced.

But the biggest and most destructive was the twister that hit the Tri-Cities.

An F4 tornado swept through Petersburg, Colonial Heights, Hopewell and Prince George doing tens of millions of dollars in damage.

When it was over, four people were dead and parts of the area looked like a war zone.

Complete Coverage of the Tri-Cities Tornado: 25 Years Later, Monday on CBS S 6 News.

Complete Coverage of the Tri-Cities Tornado: 25 Years Later, Monday on CBS S 6 News.

Watch CBS 6 News all day Monday for complete coverage of the Tri-Cities Tornado: 25 Years Later.

Hear from the people who survived it, including CBS 6 Senior Reporter Wayne Covil, who was in Old Towne Petersburg with his camera when the tornado touched down. And learn how that storm forever changed the way rescue crews and local hospitals operate.

Do you remember where you were when the Tri-Cities Tornado hit? Click here to share your story on the WTVR CBS 6 Facebook page.

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