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Yet another tornado confirmed by Environment Canada
This one touched down prior to the one in Tottenham, and scattered debris in Laurel Station...
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Environment Canada is confirming yet another tornado that touched down in the area on Tuesday.

This one happened around 3:30 in the afternoon, in an area called Laurel Station, northwest of Orangeville.

That was shortly before a second twister scattered debris in Tottenham, southwest of Barrie.

Peter Kimball from Environment Canada says this one was an EF-1, much the same as Tottenham, and in this case it ripped a roof off of a home, blew a hole in the walls of another and moved an RV about 8 feet. That RV weighs about 16 thousand pounds.

No injuries were reported.

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Environment Canada is confirming yet another tornado that touched down in the area on Tuesday.

This one happened around 3:30 in the afternoon, in an area called Laurel Station, northwest of Orangeville.

That was shortly before a second twister scattered debris in Tottenham, southwest of Barrie.

Peter Kimball from Environment Canada says this one was an EF-1, much the same as Tottenham, and in this case it ripped a roof off of a home, blew a hole in the walls of another and moved an RV about 8 feet. That RV weighs about 16 thousand pounds.

No injuries were reported.

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