Two tornadoes struck south central Indiana Thursday afternoon

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The  National Weather Service in Indianapolis confirms that there was an EF1 tornado in Jackson County,  3-miles north of Brownstown at 2:06pm Thursday. Maximum winds were estimated at 95 mph. The path of the tornado was 40 yards wide and 1.25 miles long. Another storm-damaged area in Jackson, County near Medora, is being investigated by the National Weather Service to determine whether there was more than one tornado Thursday afternoon.

The National Weather Service office in Louisville confirmed a second tornado. An EF 0 tornado struck at 2:14pm Thursday, 5.4 miles east of Campbellsburg in Washington County. Estimated peak winds were at 70 miles per hour. The path was 35 yards wide, 2.4 miles long.

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