The National Weather Service has confirmed that storm damage in Tolna, N.D. was caused by a tornado.
The tornado last week was rated an EF-1, with an estimated peak wind speed of 110 mph. It was on the ground for about 4 minutes, covering about half a mile.
The twister uprooted trees, bent a communications tower, blew a storage building off its foundation and knocked out electricity for a time.
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