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The tornado hit the town of Trotwood, just outside of Dayton, around 11 p.m. on Monday evening

Dayton, Ohio is being hit by a & # 39; historic & # 39; tornado that catastrophic & # 39; caused damage, causing people in buildings to become entangled by reports of injuries and more twisters predicted

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A & # 39; large and dangerous & # 39; tornado has done great damage in Ohio after breaking through and causing widespread damage.

The devastating whirlwind first saw the town of Trotwood, just outside of Dayton, at about 11 p.m. on Monday evening.

The National Weather Service described the tornado as & # 39; extremely dangerous & # 39; and warned residents to stay in their shelters as it tore through the densely populated area.

& # 39; This is a life-threatening situation & # 39 ;, the NWS warned in a tweet.

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The tornado hit the town of Trotwood, just outside of Dayton, around 11 p.m. on Monday evening

The tornado hit the town of Trotwood, just outside of Dayton, around 11 p.m. on Monday evening

Weather officials reported signs on their radars of debris that tens of thousands of feet were lifted when the tornado landed.

Reports of widespread damage have already been filtered with houses that have been severely damaged and trees and power lines have been knocked down.

Multiple tornado warnings were issued for Montgomery County.

Shortly after the tornado hit the Dayton subway project, there were reports of severe, tornado-producing thunderstorms affecting the same areas.

There are currently several tornado warnings for Montgomery County, including the city of Dayton
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There are currently several tornado warnings for Montgomery County, including the city of Dayton

There are currently several tornado warnings for Montgomery County, including the city of Dayton

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