Possible tornado flips cars, causes damage in Salisbury area

Possible Tornado Tosses Cars Destroys Building Knocks Over Trees


"They had a big, strong storm through Salisbury with some damage", WJZ's Bob Turk says.

Eyewitnesses said trees were split and cars were overturned.

In a parking lot off of South Salisbury Boulevard, high winds overturned a auto on top of two other vehicles, WBOC.com reports.

The restuarant said the incident was caused by severe weather and caused the business to close on Monday.

The auto ended up in the middle of the street as motorists drove were forced to drive around it.

'Evaluating damage with total destruction of our back building, ' Hopper's Tap House wrote in the Facebook post.

Meteorologist Mike Dutter of the National Weather Service said Monday that the service will make an official confirmation on Tuesday when officials inspect the damage. No injuries reported so far.

- Surveillance cameras at a bar and restaurant in Salisbury captured huge winds that lifted parked cars from the ground and flipped them over as a possible tornado was reported nearby the area. Winds also caused significant damage to a home on Roger Street.

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