House & barns significantly damaged as EF1 tornado strikes outskirts of Mildmay
Striking near the village of Mildmay and travelling to the east, this tornado significantly damaged one home and two barns. Its path was 2km long and 150m wide, along which one well-built house had its roof partially torn off, as well as windows blown out and siding torn away. Two barns were also damaged or destroyed, and a number of trees snapped and uprooted.
.@environmentca #tornado investigators on their way to #Mildmay. Residents say they saw funnel cloud last evening. pic.twitter.com/dMp91maLOj
— Scott Miller (@ScottMillerCTV) May 14, 2014
Siding ripped off the side of a home in Mildmay Ont. Tornado damage? Maybe worth a look by EC investigators. pic.twitter.com/gPMRnDaRss — Kim MacDonald (@KMacTWN) May 14, 2014
This was one of two tornadoes to touch down on May 13, 2014. The other:
Listowel – Conestoga Lake Conservation area (EF0)
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