The national weather agency said the tornado's path on Wednesday was more than 3.5 kilometres long and 200 metres wide. It's the earliest tornado ever recorded in Ontario, Environment Canada says. It said the tornado's winds were estimated at 170 kilometres an hour. No injuries were reported.
Nothing like a big wind event at the end of day— Ken Schaus (@KenSchaus) March 17, 2016
Corners of buildings taken off
Trees twisted pic.twitter.com/zq4olMiFhq
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