Terrifying images show & # 39; four-minute & # 39; tornado tearing up warehouses and flying debris while 60 workers shrink in an olive oil factory in Greece
- A violent whirlwind hit Kalamata, Greece, Monday and caused serious damage
- The Papadimitriou factory was almost destroyed when it tore through warehouses
- No workers were injured, but the factory was damaged by the four-minute storm
This is the shocking moment when a violent tornado almost destroys a factory in Greece after shattering windows and breaking down parts of the walls.
The freak storm hit Kalamata in Greece on Monday and caused damage to buildings, including the Papadimitriou plant that produces vinegar and olive oil.
Images from the Papadimitriou security camera & # 39; s show that the warehouses are torn to pieces by the wind that also destroyed the vehicles parked outside.
About 60 workers were at the factory at the time and panicked when it left a trail of destruction.
The factory owner revealed that the devastation took about three to four minutes.
He told Alpha TV: & # 39; It was a sudden loud noise and we saw the wind lifting heavy objects of 60 kilos (132 pounds). We didn't know what to do. & # 39;
CCTV cameras caught the moment the tornado ripped through warehouses in Kalamata in Greece on Monday
In the video posted online, the factory thanked everyone for their & # 39; love and support & # 39; after the tornado.
They said: We feel very happy that, although we were all at the factory at the time of the incident, we are all doing well.
Walls were torn apart and glass shattered when the freak storm struck. About 60 workers were at the factory at the time and panicked when it left a trail of destruction
The violent tornado has also damaged a number of vehicles that were parked outside the factory at the time
& # 39; The damage was fortunately only material.
& # 39; We share the video from the factory camera & # 39; s to make us all aware of climate change. & # 39;
Fortunately, no injuries were reported to the factory staff.
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