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Tornado reported in Texas Panhandle

Texas, USA
May 23, 2007
Thunderstorms swept across the northern area of the Texas Panhandle on Wednesday, bringing up to tennis-ball sized hail, high winds and heavy rains.
A tornado touched down near the small town of Darrouzett in Lipscomb County and several others were spotted in the Panhandle in open country, authorities said. No damage or injuries were reported.
There was one report of 60 mph winds, said Rich Wynne, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Amarillo.
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