In the early morning hours of September 30th, an EF-1 tornado touched down in East Hempfield township in western Lancaster county, Pennsylvania. There was damage to some residential areas and to a industrial warehouse right next to U.S. highway 30. A detailed report can be found on the NWS State College, Pa website.
Scene 1: Pan out from broken light structure
Scene 2: Sign showing address of damaged buildings
Scenes 3 & 4: Close up views of tree snapped in half
Scenes 5 & 6: Windows on top level of barn missing.
Scenes 7 through 14: Various views of trees with branches broken off
Scene 15: Wide view of parking lot with debris in background & parking lot partially cleared.
Scene 16: Damage to house gutters and debris on grounds
Scenes 17 through 20: Cut off tree with roots exposed
Scene 21: Pan from left to right showing tree with branches broken off, debris on ground by building and parking lot and equipment on lot.
Scene 22: Debris (broken limbs and branches) on ground with building in background
Scene 23: Close up of cut tree on ground with exposed muddy roots
Scene 24: Close up of damaged rain spout on building and broken pieces of roof
Scenes 25 through 27: Walkway with destroyed barn on left and tree branches on right blocking walkway.
Scenes 28 through 31: Pieces of roof from barn on ground, destroyed barn, broken branches blocking walkway.
Scene 32: Broken light candles in broken lighting assembly
Scene 33: Destroyed barn with intact barn in background
Scene 34: Pieces of metal roof scattered in field
Scene 35: Industrial building with hole in side and equipment.
Scene 36 & 37: Broken parking lot light on ground
Scene 38 & 39: Pile of metal from roof of building
Scene 40 : shot across U.S. Highway 30 showing multiple trees snapped in half.