EF-2 Tornado in Revere, Massachusetts: Damage and Debris But No Serious Injuries

WCVB: Security cameras at a Revere school captured the moment a tornado hit the city Monday morning when trees were knocked down by winds from an EF2 tornado.

The National Weather Weather Service in Tuanton, Massachusetts has confirmed that an EF-2 tornado touched on the morning of July 28, 2014 in Chelsea and Revere in Suffolk County Massachusetts. The tornado is unusual because of the geographic location that was hit, and the morning time frame that the tornado struck — about 9:32 a.m. to 9:36 a.m. EDT.

The tornado had a path length of two miles and a path width of 3/8 of a mile. Maximum wind gusts were estimated at a range of 100 MPH to 120 MPH.

Master Auto, Gas and Service station severely damaged by EF2 tornado.

Major damage was reported in the Revere area Monday morning when a tornado ripped through the city and damaged Master Auto, Gas and Service station. The roof was torn off the gas station and the gas station attendant’s booth was ripped out of its position between two gas pumps. Tens of thousands of dollars in machinery and equipment were destroyed at the service station.

An air conditioner was torn off the roof of a motorcycle shop next-door.

No injuries were reported.

Auto body shop cameras capture tornado.

An EF-2 tornado damaged buildings and vehicles and uprooted trees.

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