DAYTON, Ohio (WTNH) — Powerful storms and tornadoes devastated Dayton, Ohio on Monday, May 27th leaving a trail of damage with hundreds of residents displaced and a report of one person dead.
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In a tweet, The National Weather Service confirmed that an EF3 tornado with winds up to 140mph hit the area.
NWS storm survey has concluded the tornado that hit Celina was at least an EF3. This survey is still ongoing. More information on this survey and others will be available at a later time. — NWS Wilmington OH (@NWSILN) May 28, 2019
The American Red Cross is on location helping those affected by the Midwest Tornadoes and Floods. Your gift can help make a difference in someone’s life who was affected by the disaster.
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