A number of tornadoes spawned across Indiana, Ohio and parts of Canada on Wednesday, August 24, 2016. These tornadoes caused all types of damages to homes, small buildings and trees, but major damage occurred to a Starbucks outside of Indianapolis, I
Tornado damages in Kokomo, Indiana.
Nearly three dozen tornado reports came into the National Weather Service Wednesday evening.
Most of those reports came from two different supercell storms marching from central Indiana up to northwest Ohio and Canada.
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The National Weather Service is inspecting all those reports Thursday to verify whether or not it was an actual tornado that caused the damages.
One confirmed tornado in Kokomo, Indiana, due north of Indianapolis, destroyed a Starbucks, knocking all its walls to the ground.
Fortunately, no one was injured inside the Starbucks because everyone inside took shelter inside the restroom, which was able to withstand the twister's winds.
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