On May 20, 2019, a devastating EF4 tornado hit the town of Linwood, Kansas. The tornado destroyed over 80% of the town, including many homes and businesses.
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On May 4th, 2016, a tornado hit the small town of Hoisington, Kansas.
On May 4th, 2016, a tornado hit the small town of Hoisington, Kansas. The tornado was an EF4, with winds up to 205 mph. It was on the ground for approximately 6 miles. 14 people were injured and 1 person was killed. Many buildings and homes were destroyed or heavily damaged.
The tornado had winds of up to 95 mph and was on the ground for about two miles.
On May 28th, 2017, a tornado hit the small town of Wheatland, Kansas. This tornado had winds of up to 95 mph and was on the ground for about two miles. It caused damage to several homes and businesses in the town, but fortunately there were no fatalities. The town has since been rebuilding and is slowly getting back to normal.
It damaged or destroyed around 60 homes and businesses.
The tornado hit the small town of Chapman, Kansas on May 25, 2016. It damaged or destroyed around 60 homes and businesses. The tornado was part of a larger system that produced several other tornadoes in the area.
Thankfully, there were no fatalities.
On Tuesday night, a tornado ripped through Linwood, Kansas, a town of about 1,200 people located 30 miles southwest of Kansas City. The tornado caused extensive damage to homes and businesses, and downed power lines and trees. Thankfully, there were no fatalities.
The town is currently working on restoring power and clearing roads so that residents can begin to assess the damage and begin the rebuilding process. If you would like to help the residents of Linwood, you can make a donation to the Linwood Community Center, which is collecting necessities such as clothing, food, and toiletries for those in need.
The town is currently in the process of rebuilding.
On May 22, 2013, a tornado hit the town of Moore, Oklahoma. The tornado was part of a larger system of thunderstorms that affected several states in the Midwest. This particular tornado was rated as an EF5, the highest rating possible on the Fujita Scale. The damage caused by the tornado was estimated at $2 billion.