Tornado near Hanover snaps trees & destroys barn, hits & moves police cruiser
The tornado touched down at 7:30 pm and was on the ground for 500 metres. A large barn was destroyed with boards, roofing and other debris thrown up to 150 metres away. Trees were snapped off midway up their trunks and a farmhouse had shingles torn from its roof. A police officer reported observing a funnel cloud touch down which then struck his patrol car, moving the vehicle about.
This was one of two tornadoes that touched down in Southern Ontario on June 14; the other was an F0 tornado at Orrville.