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Carolina tornado causes damage

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WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) -- The National Weather Service is reporting a tornado on the ground in Dillon county heading to the east toward the North Carolina border.  Locations in the western part of Columbus County should be aware of the potential for severe weather near Fair Bluff, Cerro Gordo and Whiteville. 

This storm has produced possible injuries and damage to buildings in Darlington County.  Numerous trees are down.  Please pay attention to your weather radio and be aware of watches and warnings in the area.

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