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Downed trees damage high school football stadium and even a 25 car derailed train.
The small city of Weimar endured a powerful tornado at one tree that the roof where there wasn't -- right here we're just real fortunate you know we had several tree sit there.
-- got blown out Russell Smith knows he will be cleaning up -- property for days near downtown Weimar.
He was in his home built in the eighteen hundreds what -- system came through you'll admit at first he ignored the sounds.
You know just like they say it's analog and trying -- you know course -- -- right next to the train trash you know and really didn't think a whole lot of other shows -- and trees fell down and you know that's when -- -- The damage around -- is ever did.
There was no loss of life but some people remained hospitalized.
After the tornado touched down here at one of our high school -- sporting competition was underway.
There were some people were injured but -- -- involved in this morning and none of its cereals that were made that would put him in the hospital.
Six of those have been released throughout the world -- preferably golf.
But instead of sadness and belly aching over lost possessions why -- police chief Bill Livingston is smiling.
He says because of how much closer -- storm puts the city of 2000 people together.
That's why -- taxes -- small -- Everybody's help and everybody else.
From all the kids and parents and students and teachers and -- vials that was at the school and all that fixed up.
Two really -- the residential areas and the neighbors helping neighbors people have problems are gonna help by the people.
So that's also that's -- Meanwhile back on north summit Russell Smith is also smiling and counting his blessings because while he has a lot of -- -- to do.
He's still here -- Wave hit that target is -- his way it is clear that the area.
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