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Sunday, 20 October 2013

BY:FLORA LYIMO~ ENGLAND YA VAAMIWA NA UPEPO MKALI NA MVUA ISOJALI NINI CHA KULOWEKA ' ONA VILE NYUMBA ZILIVYO DONDOKEWA NA MIMITI'' POLENI SANA WATU WA HAYLIN ISLAND KARIBU NA PORSTMOUTH''


Nearly 100 houses had roofs damaged after high winds and rain hit Hayling Island, near Portsmouth
Nearly 100 houses had roofs damaged after high winds and rain hit Hayling Island, near Portsmouth''
A mini-tornado has swept through a seaside town 'like a freight train' damaging houses, trees and telegraph poles.

Nearly 100 houses had their roofs damaged by the high winds and rain and several cars have been damaged by fallen trees and broken fences, in Hayling Island, Portsmouth. 
One homeowner found a kayak had been swept into their garden - with no idea where it had come from. 
Hampshire Constabulary confirmed they had received reports of disruption caused by the unusual weather.

Annette Blake in her ruined garden which was hit by massive winds. All her garden fences and the five foot brick pillars that supported them came down, alongside considerable damage to her garden shed
Annette Blake in her ruined garden which was hit by massive winds. All her garden fences and the five foot brick pillars that supported them came down, alongside considerable damage to her garden shed''

A tree was ripped from its bed in Hayling Island. Police and the council are now working to clear up the damage
A tree was ripped from its bed in Hayling Island. Police and the council are now working to clear up the damage''
Tony Servis in his garage - which had the roof blown off completely
Tony Servis in his garage - which had the roof blown off completely''
A spokeswoman said officers were working with partner agencies including Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service, Hampshire County Council and Havant Borough Council to clean up the area.
A Havant Council spokesman said the mini-tornado is believed to have caused damage to properties in Blackthorn Road and Ilex Walk although no injuries had been reported. 
He said: 'Emergency services are at the scene and Havant Borough Council (HBC) is working with Hampshire County Council Highways to clean up the debris.
'HBC building control officers are assessing the damage to the affected properties and more will be known once inspections have been carried out.'
A Havant Council spokesman said the mini-tornado is believed to have caused damage to properties in Blackthorn Road and Ilex Walk although no injuries had been reported
A Havant Council spokesman said the mini-tornado is believed to have caused damage to properties in Blackthorn Road and Ilex Walk although no injuries had been reported''
Debbie Hayman looks out of the ruined window of her caravan which was flipped on to its side by the huge winds
Debbie Hayman looks out of the ruined window of her caravan which was flipped on to its side by the huge winds'' 

The winds were so strong they demolished the garden wall at Annette Blake's home. She is pictured with her niece Lana Owen
The winds were so strong they demolished the garden wall at Annette Blake's home. She is pictured with her niece Lana Owen
Beach huts were also damaged on the seafront, the paper said.
Cheryl Hart told Portsmouth News the tornado sounded like 'a freight train hurtling along the road'.
She said: 'It woke me up. You could hear it coming. It sounded like a freight train coming up the road.
'You could actually see it. It's difficult to describe but it was like a big grey wall. I didn't see any rubbish or debris in it - just a big grey wall of wind.
'We have just got a bit of damage to our garden but other homes have been hit.
'One has a kayak that has been blown into the garden. No-one knows where it has come from.'

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