Md. Police: Tornado Spotted On Lower Eastern Shore, Another In Delaware

POWELLVILLE, Md. (AP) — Maryland State Police say an apparent tornado touched down on the lower Eastern Shore.

Spokesman Greg Shipley says a trooper saw what appeared to be a twister touch down in a wooded area near Powellville in Wicomico County shortly before 9 p.m. Saturday.

Shipley says there’s no indication of injuries or damage to structures.

Meanwhile, a Sussex County, Del. spokesman says according to the National Weather Service, a tornado touched down in Nassau Station just southwest of Lewes.

Chip Guy says radar indicates a tornado cell formed in the area and witnesses reported seeing a funnel cloud Saturday evening.

Guy says according to emergency responders, about 15 structures were damaged. There were no reports of injuries.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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  1. fedupwithitall says:

    PLEASE HELP MANY SEX OFFENDERS ARE BEING REFUSED SHELTER ON THE EASTERN SHORE AND BEING TOLD TO GO ELSEWHERE OR STAY OUTSIDE AND HOPE FOR THE BEST…SEND THEM HELP AS SOME ONLY GOT BUSTED FOR PEEING OUTSIDE AND DO NOT DESERVE THIS ..L.SEND THEM HELP

    1. mark says:

      they do need to be out of the hurricane. where is this going on?

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