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Massive dirt tornado strikes field during college ballgame, players don't care in the slightest

Massive 'Dust Devil' Interrupts Lynchburg Softball Game

When ball is life, sometimes nothing can come between you and the game.

Not even a violent, towering tornado of dirt sweeping the field you're currently playing on.

A massive 'dust devil,' as they're called, surprised softball players and fans alike at a college game in Virginia on Saturday, April 16, swirling up dust from the infield and forcing a temporary halt to proceedings.

The Lynchburg Hornets were pitching to the Bridgewater Eagles at Moon Field when the whirlwind took off.

The Hornets' digital media director Joseph Hutzler shot the footage. He said that the shortstop, Nicole Riley, told him "it just popped up at her back and 'swallowed' her up."

Sounds and looks horrifying, right?



Well then WHY DO NONE OF THE PLAYERS SEEM TO CARE?



One player in the outfield is just like, taking a leisurely stroll.



Even the umpire seems more inconvenienced than concerned.

"Like, can you please not?" -This girl, probably



Chill level was actually over 9,000 that day.

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