At least five people were injured when severe weather struck homes and businesses in eastern Pennsylvania
At least five people were injured when severe weather struck an auto dealership, homes and other businesses in eastern Pennsylvania, 当局は言った.
“I have been doing this for 34 年, I haven’t seen that sort of devastation from a storm,” said Bensalem Police Public Safety Director Fred Harran.
One of those tornadoes damaged the auto dealership and a mobile home park, news outlets reported.
Four people were injured at the dealership and a fifth was hurt at a nearby business, Harran told reporters in a nighttime news conference. All injuries were considered non-life-threatening, 彼は言った.
A video posted on ツイッター shows a building at the dealership collapsed, with emergency sirens abound.
Anthony Perez, an employee at the dealership, told The Courier Times of Bucks County that a weather alert sounded on his phone just before the tornado hit.
"その時点で, we were looking for shelter," 彼は言った. “Everything was in a flash.”
Harran said authorities would work through the night to help people secure housing or return to their homes, restore power outages and clear the roadways, which were littered with debris after the tornadoes blew through.
“We’re going to have Friday morning rush hour in that area, which has a lot of traffic,” Harran said.