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Tornado in MO caught on camera

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A tornado was caught on camera in Harrison County, MO. (Source: CNN) A tornado was caught on camera in Harrison County, MO. (Source: CNN)

HARRISON COUNTY, MO (CNN) - Severe storms hammered parts of the plains and the Midwest Monday with high winds, heavy rains and even a tornado.

A tornado touched down in Harrison County, MO - shortly before 8 p.m.

The National Weather service says it only lasted about five minutes.

No major damage was reported.

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