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Storm chaser Sean Casey customises a pickup truck to fulfil his dream of filming from within the eye of a storm.

This is just what avid storm chaser and filmmaker Sean Casey did in a bid to fulfil his dream of getting right into the eye of a storm and filming the experience. For seven years, Sean has risked life and limb to shoot nature's deadly force but now, he's taking things a step further. Casey is going on a potentially deadly collision course with a twister that will take him deep into its vortex - and he's taking viewers along with him.

With a top speed of 90mph and a 360 degree revolving turret, the TIV is designed to film all the action in the tornado, giving us the first-ever top to bottom picture of a tornado. He will be aided by the expertise of meteorologist Dr. Josh Wurman along with his seasoned storm chasing team and caravan of Doppler trucks. Wurman's equipment can...
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