At least one person was killed after a tornado struck the Indonesian city of Bogor, West Java on December 6, 2018.
The tornado formed at about 15:00 LT, leaving a trail of destruction and killing a 45-year-old man. According to local media reports, the man died after a tree fell on his car.
— MILLY #TJ (@emillya_vedder) December 6, 2018
Local authorities said the tornado had wind speeds of 50 km/h (31 mph). It carved a path of destruction, uprooted trees and tore roofs off buildings.
The city is currently experiencing the peak of its rainy season.
— TMC Polda Metro Jaya (@TMCPoldaMetro) December 6, 2018
rlt/ Stasiun Batutulis porak poranda krn puting beliung. Temen2 di Bogor stay safe ya, pic.twitter.com/9Vt1isxQNm
— rlt/ – ON (@rilthingy) December 6, 2018
Featured image: Tornado in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia on December 6, 2018. Credit: Natural Disasters
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