Tornado touched down in Shelby, Ohio

The National Weather Service confirms that the tornado that touched down in Shelby and moved across Richland County on Sunday was an EF-2 with maximum speeds of 120 to 125 mph.
0:55 | 04/15/19

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Pamela the F facto in Richland county Ohio where an EF two tornado ripped through the city of Shelby and surrounding communities causing damage like what EC here in this front yard. Is he the trees were uprooted by the force of this tornado. The family that lives here fortunately is safe he told us they were able to get back inside their house when the tornado alerts came across their cellphones. The tornado ripped off pieces of their house and barn as well as their neighbors their garage is now gone ripped apart by some of these winds. The Shelby police chief says about six people in the city limits were taken to the hospital but the good news as it does not appear anyone. Was seriously hurt its acres across the area are working to clean up debris and power lines and return everything here in the city of Shelby and its surrounding communities to normal. I'm Olivea fact so reporting in Richland county and you're watching ABC news lives.

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