Tornado leaves six injured in northern German city of Kiel

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A tornado with winds of up to 180 kilometres an hour left six people injured and damaged buildings as it passed through the outskirts of the northern German port of Kiel, authorities said on Thursday. “Something like this is absolutely impossible to predict,” meteorologist Sebastian Wache told dpa. “If the tornado had passed through the city centre, roof tiles could have flown around like bullets,” Andreas Friedrich of the German Weather Service told dpa. He described the tornado, which struck late on Wednesday, as relatively weak by tornado standards and estimated wind speeds at between 118 a…

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