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Tornadic storm leaves Brown Co damage
10/09/2018

Credit: Brown Co Sheriff's Office

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(KNZA)--A pet was killed, a home damaged, and an outbuilding destroyed, following a strong storm, with tornadic rotation, Monday afternoon in Brown County.

According to Brown County Undersheriff Randy Linck, the National Weather Service confirmed rotation was indicated by radar Monday afternoon between 4:20 and 4:40. Beginning near U.S. Highway 36, between Hiawatha and Fairview, south of Hamlin, the rotation moved to the northeast, just south of Padonia. It then moved northeast, crossing U.S. Highway 73, where it ended.

The damage, including the pet's death, happened near 240th Road and Hazelnut Road, west of Hiawatha.

No human injuries were reported.

Brown County was not under any severe storm warning or watch at the time.

 

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