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NWS confirms EF-1 tornado hit Salisbury, Maryland

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Meteorologists say strong winds from a possible tornado caused a vehicle to flip on top of another car in Maryland

Dramatic video has emerged of the apparent tornado that blew through Salisbury, Md., on Monday around 1:40 p.m.

The tornado tossed cars and destroyed a building, with images from the city's Twitter account showing extensive damage, downed trees and flipped-over cars.

In the video above, a security camera at Hopper's Tap House captures a vehicle cartwheeling from the parking lot into a roadway, carried by the storm's violent winds.

Luckily, no injuries were reported.

Most of the damage appeared to have been to the South Salisbury University Boulevard near Salisbury University. Tree debris also littered a street.

After a storm caused heavy damage in Salisbury Monday afternoon, residents believe a tornado may have touched down.

In a parking lot off of South Salisbury Boulevard, high winds overturned a auto on top of two other vehicles, WBOC.com reports.

The Weather Channel reported cars were overturned and trees and utility poles were downed Monday after a likely tornado touched down in Salisbury, Maryland, according to officials. National Weather Service experts arrived Tuesday to assess the damage.

No tornado warning was issued for the storm for the affected region at the time.

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