A tornado ripped through a town outside Seattle Tuesday, December 18, and damaged the roofs of roughly five to seven homes, according to Kitsap County’s Emergency Management Team.
The twister began at roughly 2 pm (22 GMT). In addition to the damages to the handful of homes, more than 20 residences were dealing with natural gas leaks, the local outlet also reported.
Reports of damages are still coming in, but the South Kitsap school district said “Everyone OK,” roughly an hour after the tornado via twitter.
The Kitsap County sheriff’s office, for its part, announced on twitter the “catastrophic damage” was “contained” to the area surrounding the area Wal-Mart.