Shocking moment Iowa baseball team continues to play as a massive TORNADO touches down behind them
- Baseball players in Iowa enjoyed a game with a tornado raging in the background
- Video filmed on Tuesday shows the shocking moment they played catch
- But a parent was behind the video of the Little League team in Montezuma
- The youngsters and adults seemed relatively unfazed as a funnel cloud formed
- Storm was confirmed to have moved through Poweshiek County on Wednesday
A group of young baseball players in Iowa enjoyed a game with a tornado raging in the background on Tuesday.
Video footage shows the shocking moment the Minors City Little League played catch in a field southeast of Victor as a parent recorded it all.
The team in Montezuma seemed relatively unfazed and continued to play as a funnel cloud formed behind them.
Baseball players in Iowa enjoyed a game with a tornado raging in the background
But perhaps more shockingly, parents sitting in the stands weren’t too concerned either.
In the clip the sports enthusiasts are seen throwing the ball around on the field as the storm is evident to anyone nearby.
The team dressed in white and blue don’t appear to take many glances at the cyclone except when the ball is projected in that direction.
But there’s no doubt the boys have laid eyes on the dangerous weather system.
The video filmed on Tuesday shows the shocking moment they all played catch
The players don’t seem at all nervous as they throw some sporting shapes on the field
The astonishing sight was enough to make a mother whip out her camera to record the unbelievable moment.
Parent, Jamie Brennan, was able to record the young players through fencing and achieve an unobstructed backdrop shot of the twister.
Meanwhile a storm was confirmed to have moved through Poweshiek County, Iowa, at around 7pm on Wednesday.
Despite the warning coming the day after the clip was filmed, what the players and parents saw first-hand didn’t appear to stop the game.
The sports team in Montezuma seemed relatively unfazed as a funnel cloud formed
A storm was confirmed to have moved through Poweshiek County on Wednesday