Destructive tornado strikes nearby Wright Patterson U.S. Air Force Base In Ohio

Destructive tornado strikes nearby Wright Patterson U.S. Air Force Base In Ohio

The weather radar data indicates that a Destructive tornado strikes near the south side of United States Wright Patterson Air Force base In Dayton, Ohio.

At least one tornado hit Dayton and at least two touched down near the city, including one near Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, just east of the city, media reports said.

According to reports, the National Museum Of The United States Air Force is located at Wright Patterson suffered damages from the tornado

Around 150 homes in Wright-Patterson housing damaged. Some homes were significantly damaged in the Prairies of Wright Field, a community that primarily houses military personnel who work at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.

At least 1 killed and 35 injured in a destructive overnight tornado strikes

An 81-year-old man was killed in Celina, a small city 65 miles (105 km) north of Dayton, after a tornado sent a vehicle crashing into his home, Celina Mayor Jeffrey Hazel said at a news conference on Tuesday. Another seven people were injured in the storm, three of them seriously, he said.

At least 35 people in and around Dayton went to hospitals with injuries, most of them minor, according to Elizabeth Long, a spokeswoman for the Kettering Health Network.

“We’ve had injuries ranging form lacerations to bumps and bruises from folks being thrown around in their houses due to the storms,” she said

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