Homes Damaged

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List Of May 1995 Tornado Outbreak Sequence Tornadoes - Confirmed Tornadoes - May 13, 1995
... Path length Damage Missouri F2 N of Granger Scotland, Clark 8 ... miles (12.8 km) Several homes, businesses, barns and outbuildings were destroyed ... to NE of Maquon Knox 14 ... miles (22.4 km) 18 homes were damaged or destroyed while 12 farms structures and 14 pieces of farm equipment were also either damaged or destroyed ... Fulton 7 ... miles (11.2 km) 12 homes were destroyed ...
List Of Tornadoes Striking Downtown Areas Of Large Cities - Asia
... F? Toyohashi City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan November 28, 12 ... dead, 177 injured, 347 homes destroyed F? Tomiye City, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan November 10, 8 ... F? Tokyo, Japan ...
April 1956 Hudsonville-Standale Tornado - Confirmed Tornadoes - April 2 Event
... (UTC) Path length Damage Missouri F1 SE of Allendale Worth 0200 2.7 miles (4.3 km) Homes sustained roof damage and 5 barns were destroyed ... Alfalfa 20 ... miles (32 km) Five homes were damaged and 15 were destroyed ... F2 N of Enid Garfield, Grant 2045 18.4 miles (29.6 km) Tornado damaged or destroyed eight farms and one house ...
2002 Midwest To Mid-Atlantic United States Tornado Outbreak - Confirmed Tornadoes - April 27 Event
... Some home had minor damage F0 S of Milford Seward 2025 0.1 miles (0.16 km) Brief tornado with no damage Kansas F0 SW of Effingham Atchison 2110 0.5 miles (0.8 km) A grain truck was blown over and one ... Clair 0335 1.7 miles (2.7 km) 34 homes, an elementary school and two large buildings were damaged F1 E of Kenner Clay 5 ... miles (8 km) A mobile home and outbuilding were destroyed, a garage was. 3 homes and a mobile home were also damaged F2 N of Raleigh Saline 0607 7.5 miles (12 km) 55 structures were damaged or destroyed F3 NE of Valley Mission to NE of Cypress Union, Johnson 0618 19 ...

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