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EF-0 tornado touched down during Monday's storms in Eaton Township

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Posted at 3:14 PM, Apr 25, 2022

EATON TOWNSHIP, Ohio — An EF-0 tornado touched down in Eaton Township during Monday afternoon's storms.

The tornado touched down around 2:20 p.m.

Maximum wind speeds of 80 miles per hour were reported.

Eaton Township was one of the areas hit hard by the storms, where a roof came off a building.

In the video below, the roof of a storage building in Columbia Township can be seen flying over an occupied pickup truck before hitting another building.

Video show intense moment when tornado hits Eaton TWP

News 5's Cameron Hardin was live from the scene Monday:

Damage in Eaton Township from afternoon storms

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The damage occured at a storage facility occurred on Eaton Commerce Parkway near Route 82.

No injuries have been reported.

Authorities are asking drivers to remain cautious and avoid the area.

Other parts of Lorain County are also reporting storm damage as well. In Columbia Station, a few poles have been snapped. In Grafton, damage has been reported on South Island Road.