A tornado that swept through Maryland’s eastern shore on Monday flipped over several cars.
The National Weather Service confirmed that the storm resulted in a tornado that hit Salisbury. Winds went up to 105 mph, an NWS Service meteorologist said at a news conference Tuesday.
Some of the damage was caught on camera.
This storm started around 1:40 p.m. The storm also caused severe damage to buildings and broke several utility poles. Severe thunderstorm warnings started at 1:37 pm, however, no tornado was reported at the time.
“We were very lucky … only two homes in the area had to be condemned and we only have six others that were damaged because of the trees falling,” said David Shipley, the director of emergency services in Wicomico County.
Shipley added that there were no reported injuries.
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