A tornado struck an Oregon beach town as strong winds and heavy rain walloped the Pacific Northwest.
Video sent to KIRO 7 News shows a waterspout off the Oregon Coast near Manzanita. Wide-spread damage was reported in Manzanita, where the mayor declared a state of emergency.
Tillamook County Sheriff Andy Long said the tornado touched down in the city of Manzanita at about 8:20 a.m.
There were no reports of injuries, but there have been several calls about damage, including one from a woman who says all the windows in her house were blown out.
Debbie Harmon, owner of the Amanita Galley in Manzanita, said most of the damage is near the beach and downtown.
"It was a normal beach storm, which we get a lot of, and then out of nowhere the wind went 'whoooo,' she said. "Suddenly the whole sky was filled with debris. It was just crazy. And then it just stopped."
Photos show heavy damage to buildings and homes. No reports of injuries have been made.
Tornado Warning just extended in Manzanita, Wheeler & Nehalem just extended to 10:30. Be careful on the coast. pic.twitter.com/qaP4WaM7T5— Dan Tilkin (@DanTilkinKOIN6) October 14, 2016
A tornado warning was issued multiple times for coast towns in Washington, but no damage was reported as of noon. Click here to read more.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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