A tornado hit two central Negros towns Tuesday afternoon, destroying houses and toppling power lines and trees, although there was no casualty or injury, according to the Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office. As of 5 p.m., 67 houses were destroyed while 167 were damaged. PSWDO chief Liane Garcia said the number of damaged houses may increase as they are still consolidating their report.
DENVER - A tornado destroyed one mobile home and damaged two others south of Akron in Washington County on Monday night, but no injuries are reported, authorities said.Half of the town of Akron was without power after six power pole... Read Post
Residents of the south-central town of Edgar spent Tuesday surveying and cleaning up the damage caused by a tornado that hit around 7:30 Monday night.The tornado, which has been given a preliminary rating of EF-2, had heavy rains, h... Read Post