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Video released after National Weather Service confirms tornado touchdown in Lorain County's Eaton Township

The EF-0 tornado caused damage to buildings and vehicles in Eaton Township.

LORAIN COUNTY, Ohio — According to the National Weather Service in Cleveland, an EF-0 tornado touched down in Lorain County on Monday afternoon. Several buildings and vehicles in Eaton Township were damaged as a result of the tornado. 

No injuries were reported.

"I was about 20 minutes down the road when it started raining," said landscape employee Greg Horak. "I mean it was dark and it started coming down pretty quickly."

The fast-moving storms resulted in the NWS issuing Severe Thunderstorm Warnings for several Northeast Ohio counties, including Cuyahoga, Lake and Lorain. 

Prior to the confirmation of the EF-0 tornado, a spokesperson for the Lorain County Sheriff's Office had said there may have damage to several buildings located on the Eaton Commerce Parkway. No additional damage in the area has been reported at this point.

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This is a developing story. This page will be updated as more information is confirmed.

Editor's note: The video above is from a weather report on April 25, 2022.

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