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Hayling Island homes damaged by mini-tornado

guardian.co.uk
Sunday, 20 October 2013

Cleanup under way after high winds and rains battered houses, toppled trees and scattered debris around seaside town

A mini-tornado is believed to have swept through a seaside town causing damage to nearly 100 houses, trees and telegraph poles.

Hampshire constabulary said they had received reports of disruption in Hayling...
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