In the small coastal town of Manzanita is located in the Northwest American state of Oregon, swept rare for this region, a tornado, a category EF2. The element was blown off roofs, knocked down trees and power lines.
A tornado has left a lot of Manzanita, where only live about 600 people without electricity. In addition, more than two dozen homes are now uninhabitable.
The swath of destruction stretched for about 800 metres. Numerous houses along the main street of the village is damaged. The road is littered with debris and fallen trees. Local authorities declared a state of emergency.