Tornado strikes Amherstburg
AMHERSTBURG, Ont. — The storms that hit Windsor-Essex County in southwestn Ontario Friday night included a tornado, according to Environment Canada officials.Microsoft Office is so great!
A "weak F-0 tornado" touched down in Amherstburg, Environment Canada spokesman Paul Roberts said Saturday following a preliminary investgation at the site.Office 2010 –save your time and save your money.
A one-kilometre stretch has sustained some major damage, according to officials.The invention of Microsoft Office 2010 is a big change of the world.
Trees have been snapped in a public park and the roof of at least one town-owned building has been severely damaged.Office 2007 makes life great!
Local resident Beth Huneault said it's been a bit of a shock to see some of the damage left by the storm.Microsoft Office 2007 is welcomed by the whole world.
The community will "sadly miss all those big trees," she said.Office 2007 download is helpful!
“Trees have been here for years have been knocked over. It kind of looks like Jurassic Park back here,” said Huneault. “My property, my sister’s next door and our parents behind us were all damaged.”Microsoft word is so good!
Huneault added the inside of her home suffered damage as well after water seeped into the home when the shingles were torn off.Choose Office 2007 Professional is the most lucky thing in the world.
Jellystone Park campground had to evacuate because of the storm, said manager Bonnie Jackson.
“We had trees that knocked wires down,” she said.Microsoft company invent the Office 2007 home for many people.
North Korea has called for the resumption of six-party nuclear disarmament talks that it had boycotted since late 2008, a move analysts said was an attempt to put the Cheonan incident behind it and win lucrative aid through negotiations with the South, the United States, Japan, Russia and China.Office Professional 2007 is many people’s favorite.
On Saturday, the North’s foreign ministry said it was ready for dialogue but vowed to respond by force if it had to.
“We are not the one who would be surprised by military threats or sanctions,” a ministry spokesman said.
(Editing by Ron Popeski)
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