A flurry of tornadoes swept through the state of Iowa in the U.S., flattening buildings and damaging the courthouse in Marshalltown and hitting an agricultural machinery plant in Pella as people were working.
According to CNN affiliate WOI, another tornado damaged houses in Bondurant, about 10 miles from Des Moines.
Seven people were transported to Pella Regional Health Center with minor injuries - all have been treated and released, he said. The roof was torn off one of them.
Moz says she heard a storm siren and her mother texted her to seek shelter, so she and her 2-month-old son, Fredy Jr., rushed to the basement.
In the southeastern part of the state, in Pella, a company that manufactures industrial and agricultural equipment reported "major damage".
Several buildings were reported damaged by a tornado in the main business district in Marshalltown, including the historic courthouse. The storm scattered huge sheets of metal through a parking lot and left one building with a huge hole in it. All 40 of the patients at UnityPoint Health were being transferred to the health system's larger hospital in Waterloo as well as one in Grundy Center, she said. Vehicles were overturned and piled onto others.
Marshalltown is a city of 27,000 about 50 miles (80 kilometers) northeast of Des Moines.
At this time, Vermeer Manufacturing sustained significant physical damage to the east end of the manufacturing mile.
The exact number of tornadoes and their strength are yet to be determined, however the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Centre logged 32 reports of different tornadoes.
Vermeer spokeswoman Liz Sporrer said via email Thursday that company officials were assessing the damage.
Several of the videos recorded by people near Des Moines are attached to this story.
Alex Krull, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Des Moines, said forecasting models produced Thursday morning showed only a slight chance of strong thunderstorms later in the day.
Warnings were issued as the storms moved east.
Additional funnel clouds were reported further north near Iowa Falls.
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