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'Large and dangerous' tornado slams southwest Ohio

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 28 May 2019
The National Weather Service confirmed Monday night that a "large and dangerous tornado" hit near Trotwood, Ohio, 8 miles northwest of Dayton. It said early Tuesday that more than 70,000 outages across Ohio were affecting over 5 million people. (May 28)
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News video: Tornado Damages 150 Homes at Air Force Base in Ohio

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Around 150 off-base homes were damaged by a tornado that struck Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and nearby areas in Dayton, Ohio, on May 27, the Air Force Times said. County officials said a large and dangerous tornado touched down in northwest Montgomery County on May 27. One person was reported...

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