-A massive tornado recently hit the municipality of Tamauini, Isabela, and caused damage in the area
- Two civilians caught the tornado on camera and uploaded it on social media platforms
- According to a report from ABS-CBN, the tornado managed to destroy two homes and 11 families were affected by the natural disaster
- Meanwhile, netizens expressed their worry and sorrow for the families and individuals affected by the sudden tornado
A colossal tornado has hit the municipality of Tamauini, Isabela on Monday, June 1, 2021 in the afternoon. As the tornado wreaked havoc across Isabela, two civilians managed to film the tornado.
A netizen who goes by the name Lhan Ilustre Macalalad posted his video clip of the tornado on his Facebook page while another individual named Romnick Nain uploaded his video on YouTube.
In Macalalad's video, he can be heard saying that he thought it was just smoke at first but soon came to realize that it was in fact a tornado.
According to a report by ABS-CBN, Tamauini's Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (MDRRMO) has assessed that there were two houses that were destroyed while 11 families were affected by the tornado.
Bombo Radyo Tuguegarao also reported that some trees have been uprooted by the extreme winds caused by the tornado.
In the report made by Inquirer, they were able to interview Nain who is one of the civilians who captured the disaster on camera. According to the report, Nain told Inquirer that they took shelter from the tornado inside their homes.
You can watch the video clips here:
KAMI previously reported that a tornado caused damage in Marawi. A video captured by a netizen showed the devastation caused by the tornado as it dealt damages to several buildings and even trees in the area.
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Meanwhile, a video of the eruption of six 'tornadic waterspouts' in the Gulf of Mexico surfaced online. A tropical depression in the area is believed to be the cause of the strange tornadoes. Six waterspouts were first spotted but some took pictures when it increased to 11.
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