Lebanon Reporter

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November 19, 2013

'We truthfully dodged a bullet'

LEBANON — Home owners, volunteers, utility linemen and street department crews spent Monday cleaning up after an EF-2 tornado blasted through the Lebanon Business Park and skimmed just above a southside neighborhood Sunday afternoon, collapsing roofs, shredding trees and mangling homes. A preliminary estimate by a National Weather Service survey team said the tornado touched down near County Roads 150 South and 300 W about 4 p.m., traveling 3.5 miles, with a width of 75 yards, before ending in the 1400 blocks of South East and South Meridian streets. For more of the story, see Tuesday's Lebanon Reporter.

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