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Bonnie - Supplemental Report


A F1 tornado moved through the Wild Dunes community in Charleston causing widespread damage. An estimated 250 trees were blown down, several of which fell on cars.

The remnants of Tropical Storm Bonnie caused a tornado and several incidents of straight line wind damage. An F1 tornado touched down near Teal Mill Pond and continued to the Technical College just west of Cheraw. Several business near Cheraw had minor to moderate damage. Several out buildings were destroyed along with a couple of camper trailers. A power substation also sustained moderate damage causing power outages in the area. Numerous trees and power lines were down. ($ 800.0K).

Several out buildings were destroyed and many trees and power lines were down in Fairfield county ($ 300.0K). There were several reports from the public of a tornado (F0) near Lake Busbee. The remnants of Tropical Storm Bonnie caused a tornado and several incidents of straight line wind damage in Dorchester. Thunderstorm winds blew a large tree down on a firehouse, and snapped several trees near Ebenezer Church in Marlboro ($ 1.0K)

Hail ranging from nickel to quarter size caused damage to tobacco crops in Dillon ($ 8.0K). A microburst did minor damage to several service stations near the I-77 Blythewood exit in Richland ($ 6.0K). Several mobile homes sustained moderate to severe damage in a strong microburst. Several trees and power lines were down in Kershaw ($ 100.0K). An intense downburst associated with a squall line did moderate damage to several facilities on the base and wrapped aluminum bleachers around telephone poles. Three people reported minor injuries ($ 300.0K).

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