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Tornadoes cause damage in Britain

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A tornado touches down. A flurry of tornadoes caused damage in a number of towns in central and southern England, officials and reports said. SEE INTERACTIVE TORNADO MAP

LONDON (AFP) - A flurry of tornadoes caused damage in a number of towns in central and southern England on Monday, officials and reports said, although no casualties were immediately reported.

Ferocious winds were reported in Farnborough, south of London, Luton and Northampton, north of the capital, and Nuneaton in Warwickshire, west central England, according to police and emergency officials.





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