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Tornado hit the capital of Florida in the United States

Tropical storms are threatening tornadoes in several southeastern U.S. states

January 27 Tallahassee, the capital of Florida, in the southeastern United States, was hit by a tornado on the 27th.

The local airport was damaged and closed for a time. Thousands of users lost power.

According to the news released on social media by the National Weather Service and Tallahassee International Airport, the tornado appeared at the airport at noon that day.

At least one hangar was damaged and a small plane was overturned. Fortunately, there were no casualties. The airport was subsequently closed and reopened after a damage assessment and security inspection.

According to a U.S. power outage tracking website, the tornado once caused about 5,000 users in Tallahassee to power outages.

Tallahassee is located in northwest Florida, USA, with a population of less than 200,000.

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