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Haboob Haiku: Arizona Tweets About Storm Safety

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Summer dust storms that blow through Phoenix have a funny name — haboobs — but they can be deadly. This summer, Arizona's transportation officials turned to poetry in their safety campaign, encouraging Twitter users to tweet haikus. This one came from Mindy Lee: "Haboobs blow through town / In one instant it is dark / Pull over and wait."
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