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Storm damage in Fulton County, one minor injury

A storm that damaged several buildings and caused one minor injury in Fulton County Sunday was not caused by a tornado.
Duplex that lost its roof in the storm (Photo courtesy of John Robinson, NWS)
Duplex that lost its roof in the storm (Photo courtesy of John Robinson, NWS)
Duplex that lost its roof in the storm (Photo courtesy of John Robinson, NWS)
Duplex that lost its roof in the storm (Photo courtesy of John Robinson, NWS)
Duplex damaged in storm (Photo courtesy of John Robinson, NWS)
Duplex damaged in storm (Photo courtesy of John Robinson, NWS)
Duplex roof in an adjacent field (Photo courtesy of John Robinson, NWS)
Duplex roof in an adjacent field (Photo courtesy of John Robinson, NWS)
Duplex roof torn off in storm lands in adjacent field (Photo courtesy of John Robinson, NWS)
Duplex roof torn off in storm lands in adjacent field (Photo courtesy of John Robinson, NWS)
Portion of roof found in tree (Photo courtesy of John Robinson, NWS)
Portion of roof found in tree (Photo courtesy of John Robinson, NWS)
Roof of a duplex ripped off by storm (Photo courtesy of John Robinson, NWS)
Roof of a duplex ripped off by storm (Photo courtesy of John Robinson, NWS)
Mobile home damaged in storm (Photo courtesy of John Robinson, NWS)
Mobile home damaged in storm (Photo courtesy of John Robinson, NWS)
LITTLE ROCK, AR – A storm that damaged several buildings and caused one minor injury in Fulton County Sunday was not caused by a tornado.

A storm survey of Viola by the National Weather Service found a downburst, with wind estimated between 70 and 80 mph, caused major damage to 3 mobile homes, one duplex, 3 barns, and 4 outbuildings. The NWS says the worst damage occurred to the duplex, whose roof was torn off.

Three families were displaced by the storm and are staying with family members.
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