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South Carolina Tornado Warning – Possible Touchdown

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South Carolina Emergency Management Division officials say the tornado warning issued for the Columbia area has been expanded to include Chesterfield, Kershaw, Lee and Sumter counties.

National Weather Service officials indicated there was a cloud rotation that moved along a path from I-77 near the Congaree River to Bluff Road. However officials from three agencies said there has been no confirmation of a tornado touching down.

Officials say the tornado warning will now remain in effect until 4 p.m.

Damage from the ground
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Damage images: Steadman, SC – Payton Danielle

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