SALISBURY, Md. - Officials say that no one was hurt at Salisbury University from Monday's possible tornado; however, significant damage was reported.
According to Salisbury University officials, there were reports of poles and trees down on Monday.
Canoes in one of the lots also went flying but they were quickly caught. The power went out on the East Campus sporadically and Avery Avenue was briefly shut down.
Dogwood Village was also momentarily evacuated on Monday afternoon. There were few reports of damage and debris on East Campus.
The National Weather Service has confirmed that an E-F one tornado did in fact touch down when winds reaching 100 to 105 mph.
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