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TROY, Ohio -- An EF-1 tornado touched down in Troy, Ohio, Saturday morning as a line of severe weather moved through, the National Weather Service confirmed Sunday.
A storm survey team from the office in Wilmington says the twister began at 10:45 a.m. ET and cut a path of damage nearly 2 miles long and 200 yards wide before dissipating three minutes later.
Surveyors found several large tree limbs downed, and even a few trees had been toppled where the tornado began its path.
Tree damage was also found in a nearby apartment complex, the NWS said.
Damage intensified near Drury Lane, where the survey team noted: "numerous very large, healthy trees were downed, with one trunk snapped at its base, and several other very large branches snapped not far off the ground."
Some minor roof damage was found at a couple of homes, and one car was struck by a falling tree limb.
Meteorologists estimated the damage was consistent with 90 mph winds, giving the tornado an EF-1 rating on the Enhanced Fujita Scale.
Despite the damage, no one was injured in the storm.
Other areas of town also suffered tree damage, but meteorologists determined those were likely caused by straight-line winds from the thunderstorms' intense downdrafts that were estimated at 60-70 mph gusts.
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