Have you ever imagined what it's like to be right next to a tornado?
One office worker recently captured the rare experience during a twister that slammed Milan on July 29.
The tornado touched down in an industrial area called Grezzago, causing damage to cars and property.
Although no casualties have been reported, the twister injured at least 12. According to the Washington Post, tornadoes are a common occurrence in Italy, thanks to the country’s position between the Mediterranean’s humid air and the cooler gusts pushing in from continental Europe.