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.
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Portions of western and central Massachusetts were cleaning up on Wednesday from powerful storms that prompted a tornado warning in a region still recovering from deadly twisters last month. Tuesday's storms toppled trees and power ... Read Post