A confirmed EF-2 tornado touched down in Pennsylvania's Crawford County on October 2, 2018, moving east through the country near State Highway 198.
Numerous homes were damaged, including the Rolling Fields Eldercare Community in Conneatuvile, about 64 km (40 miles) south of Erie.
According to Rolling Fields, all 162 residents were evacuated with no serious injuries. However, 'two residents have been hospitalized for unrelated concerns.'
This tornado had estimated peak winds of 185 km/h (115 mph) and path width of 46 m (50 yards).
CRAZY VIDEO: This tornado was spotted in Townville, Pennsylvania earlier today! We're tracking these dangerous storms on-air and online. Be sure to join us for all the latest severe weather news. #PAwx #Severe #Tornado pic.twitter.com/hepOcRV9GI— WeatherNation (@WeatherNation) October 2, 2018
NEW VIDEO: We have our eyes on Pennsylvania as many tornado warnings have been issued today, stay tuned on-air for more. pic.twitter.com/lmZeRK0cfD— WeatherNation (@WeatherNation) October 2, 2018
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