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Officials confirm Marquette County tornado

Published On: Oct 07 2013 12:26:57 PM CDT
ENDEAVOR, Wis. -

Damage from a storm in Marquette County Saturday night was caused by an EF0 tornado, according to the National Weather Service.

The tornado had 85 mph winds and cut a path up to 50 yards wide over 1.78 miles starting at the intersection of County Road P and State Highway 23, according to the report released Monday. The path ended less than a mile northwest of Endeavor.

Trees were snapped along the path with one falling on a house and a vehicle. Other homes reported shingle damage, and a section of metal roof was peeled off a farmhouse, according to the report.

No one was injured in the storm.

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