Curious damage caused tornado in Saint-Nicolas-de-Bourgueil, Région Centre, France around 12.15 on Saturday, 19. June.
During severe storms with measured wind gusts up to 137 km/h in Meaux (Seine-et-Marne), 131 km/h in Mont-Saint-Vincent (Saône-et-Loire) and 129 km/h in Clamecy (Nièvre), severe tornado reported too in ESWD database went trough the city.
Tornado ripped off a local church bell and all church is after the storm heavily damaged.
It was caused by supercell storm, which has brought 44 000 lighting in the region – the most in 2021 (the strongest storm in 2021 in France, so far).
The next 50 buildings, vineyards, crops and farmlands were heavily damaged and many trees uprooted.
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