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Tornado #3:  Pana (Christian County)

 

Pana tornado track

Summary:

Rating: EF-1
Peak wind: 110 mph
Touched down: 12:15 pm CST
0.6 miles north of Pana
Lifted: 12:18 pm CST
3.1 miles north-northeast of Pana
Path length: 2.5 miles
Path width: 100 yards
Fatalities: 0
Injuries: 0

The tornado developed near the intersection of Almond and Elm Streets on the north side of Pana. Damage was done to siding and roofs of homes. Several trees were knocked down, damaging 3 cars. Power lines were also downed. The tornado continued to the north-northeast doing damage to a home and destroying an outbuilding at East 400 North Road. The tornado dissipated about 2 miles to the north-northeast in an open field.

 

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