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A storm, believed to be a tornado, flips cars and wreaks havoc in the US

Cars and buildings were damaged as a result.

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A car lies upside down on a road in Salisbury, Maryland – (WMDT)

A car lies upside down on a road in Salisbury, Maryland – (WMDT)

A car lies upside down on a road in Salisbury, Maryland – (WMDT)

Cars and buildings suffered significant damage after what the US National Weather Service says was most likely a tornado in Salisbury, Maryland in the US on Monday.

A storm blew through the city and flipped numerous cars causing chaos for locals, with buildings badly affected as well.

While no major injuries were reported, witnesses spoke of trees pulled from the ground as they ran for shelter during the storm.

Meanwhile, this surveillance video attained by ABC News appears to show a car being moved by the storm.

Scary stuff.

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