Tornado confirmed near Delaware State Park


Emergency management intern Alex McCarthy, left, Bob Lavender, EMA operations manager and Ken Haydu, National Weather Service Meteorologist examine the damage near Delaware State Park. The NWS determined an EF0 tornado was behind the damage, according to the Delaware County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.

Emergency management intern Alex McCarthy, left, Bob Lavender, EMA operations manager and Ken Haydu, National Weather Service Meteorologist examine the damage near Delaware State Park. The NWS determined an EF0 tornado was behind the damage, according to the Delaware County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.


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Emergency management intern Alex McCarthy, left, Bob Lavender, EMA operations manager and Ken Haydu, National Weather Service Meteorologist examine the damage near Delaware State Park. The NWS determined an EF0 tornado was behind the damage, according to the Delaware County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.

Emergency management intern Alex McCarthy, left, Bob Lavender, EMA operations manager and Ken Haydu, National Weather Service Meteorologist examine the damage near Delaware State Park. The NWS determined an EF0 tornado was behind the damage, according to the Delaware County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/08/web1_14095830_10154361062271153_5360631462694921519_n.jpgEmergency management intern Alex McCarthy, left, Bob Lavender, EMA operations manager and Ken Haydu, National Weather Service Meteorologist examine the damage near Delaware State Park. The NWS determined an EF0 tornado was behind the damage, according to the Delaware County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management. Courtesy photo