MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA)- This weekend Auburn and Alabama will take the field for a high stakes Iron Bowl game. Thirty years ago, the same two teams met for an Iron Bowl showdown in which the stakes were high then, too. But for perhaps a different reason.
During the game, a tornado warning was issued for Birmingham's Legion Field. Fans and players alike were sitting ducks as Mother Nature threatened.
Do you know what to do when weather threatens and you're at a big football game? The Doppler 12 StormVision team recreated what would happen today if what happened 30 years ago makes an encore performance.
"It could be dangerous, but where are you supposed to go?" asked former Auburn kicker Al Del Greco. Tornadoes can happen anywhere, even at football stadiums.