MARYSVILLE, Kan. — At slightest 4 tornadoes strike opposite counties in northeast Kansas Monday night, causing a many repairs in a city of Marysville though no fatalities or critical injuries, according to rough reports from puncture government officials.
The many poignant repairs was reported in and around Marysville, where a hurricane overwhelmed down about 9:50 p.m., pronounced Bill Schwindamann, Marshall County puncture government director. A John Deere dealership and a lumber yard and constrict association only west of Marysville were totally broken and 20 to 25 homes were damaged, including some that were flattened, he said.
Some stock were blank and energy lines were down Tuesday morning around Marysville, that is about 150 miles northwest of Kansas City nearby a Nebraska border.
The National Weather Service warned a county about a arriving charge and puncture government workers were scrambling to advise residents when it hit, Schwindamann said.
“They gave us a heads adult and we started environment sirens off and removing spotters out and stuff, though it was flattering most on us by then,” he said.
Tornadoes also overwhelmed down in Smith and Clay counties Monday night, pronounced Sharon Watson, mouthpiece for a Kansas Division of Emergency Management.
Professional charge chasers in a specifically fraudulent “tornado prevent vehicle” dubbed TIV2 prisoner video from inside a clever crowd hurricane around 7:15 p.m. Monday northeast of a city of Smith Center.
Brandon Ivey and Sean Casey, who seem in a Discovery Channel array Storm Chasers, prisoner a footage in eastern Smith County before a hurricane ripped instruments from a tip of a vehicle. The dual pronounced one of TIV2′s doors and a tip induce were blown open by a charge though a car stayed on a ground.
Preliminary reports indicated dual homes were broken northwest of Smith Center though no injuries were reported. The Clay County hurricane overwhelmed down quickly only west of Edgar though did no estimable damage.
Another hurricane in Jewell County caused poignant repairs to one home nearby Esbon though no injuries, pronounced meteorologist Ryan Pfannkuch in a National Weather Service bureau in Hastings, Neb.