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CORTLAND, Ohio-- The National Weather Services confirmed an EF-1 tornado in Trumbull County on Tuesday.

(Photo courtesy: Aaron Chine)

It started in Champion Township and ended in Cortland at about 10:25 a.m. The estimated wind speed was between 95 and 100 mph. The twister was about 75 yards wide.

No injuries were reported.

Aaron Chine, owner of The Box Gallery, was fishing on Mosquito Lake when he snapped a photo of the tornado.

Cortland police said officers came across downed power lines and trees in the area of High Street.

The storm also knocked down a storage building at the Hillside Cemetery in Cortland.

Hillside Cemetery in Cortland (Photo: Dave Bradfrod/FOX 8)

The Bazetta Township Police Department said tornado sirens were activated at about 10:30 a.m. There was debris on Everett Hull Road, but no major structural damage.

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