Waterspout touches down on Manitoba campground
tornado on the lake that’s the shocks voice of Jason Digby who wasn’t sure how to feel as he watched this tornado hit the Lake of the Prairies on Sunday afternoon first Pier for the campers and and stuff like that but as I started to watch I could see that it was going away it was actually really interesting to watch how magnificent it was it was PM wendig be along with several Campers at pyatt’s West Campground caught a glimpse of the storm change Canada says the storm can be called a tornado and a waterspout since it hit both land and water tornado is unknown but the estimated time is between three and five minutes A Links and force that could have caused a lot of damage to a campground anything like that tornadoes going to very very lucky across the lake after a few minutes and there was a collective relief that it had packed for ton of the end of fireworks every kind of cheered a little bit and got excited and looking it’s gone we’re safe now type thing some damages or injuries because of the tornado Stephanie Davis CTV News pilot West CampgroundA tornado could be seen on the lake in the Pyott’s West Campground on Sunday.
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