Storm Damage

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Today, clean-up started for the community of Sioux Falls, South Dakota after a severe storm blew through late last night.  The National Weather Service confirms at least one tornado, an EF-2 with winds of about 125 miles per hour hit a portion of the city.  Brian Allen is main anchor for KSFY-Television in Sioux Falls.  Brian shares what he experienced during the height of the storm and talked about the aftermath with Siouxland Public Media News.

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The city of Sioux Falls is reeling after a likely tornado struck late last night, leaving behind a trail of damage and debris.

“There is a level of destruction up here that we’re not use to seeing.” 

That’s news anchor Brian Allen who works for KSFY-Television in Sioux Falls who says the twister touched down about a mile from his home.    

“Roofs have collapsed, windows have been blown out.  There is tree damage area.. power poles are down and trees are down.”

Allen is a former anchor at KCAU Television in Sioux City.