Environment Canada is investigating the possibility that a tornado hit several small communities in the Grand Lake area around 7:30 p.m.
A spokesperson from the weather centre said the first report came from a fire department in Cambridge Narrows. A dump truck, barn and vehicle were blown the length of a football field.
In Jemseg, police reported to Environment Canada that there was a possible sighting of a twister that left minor damage.
Environment Canada said New Brunswick's Emergency Measures Organization is investigating a third report in the Grand Lake area.
CBC also heard from a woman in Whites Cove who said her neighbour's barn and garage were destroyed by a tornado.
"It was wild to see what had happened with buildings destroyed and huge trees in pieces," said Carol Dixon, who has a cottage in the area.
There were no reports of injuries.
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