Collapsed Buildings, Massive Storm Damage Indicate Tornado In Pennsylvania

 Thursday, February 25, 2016

 Lancaster Online

The light of day has revealed more damage from the strong storms Wednesday night as National Weather Service officials prepare to investigate whether a tornado touched down in eastern Lancaster County. More than 700 residents of remain without power this morning. “There is a lot more damage than we expected,” said White Horse Fire Chief Randy Gossert, who served as incident commander during what many believe will end up being officially declared a tornado. A quarter-mile wide swath of storm damage stretches for four miles in rural Salisbury Township in eastern Lancaster County.