Tornado touchdown: Homes severely damaged in Brunswick

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BRUNSWICK, Ohio --  The National Weather Service confirmed just after 9 p.m., Monday night that an EF1, possibly an EF2, tornado touched down in Brunswick.

The twister severely damaged ten homes, according to the National Weather Service.

One home had its roof blown off on Royal Oak Dr.

A trampoline from down the road landed in a yard, along with other damage, on Andrea Dr.

Police said no one was injured; they went house to house to make sure everyone was okay.

A shelter was set up at the Brunswick Recreation Center at 3637 Center Road in Brunswick for those who needed a place to stay.

Brunswick police asked residents not to call the police department unless you need emergency assistance.

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