Two destructive tornadoes tore through Bucks County, Pennsylvania, USA, in just over an hour's time Thursday night, ripping through a mobile home park, destroying buildings at an auto dealership, and leaving those who witnessed the fast-moving storms in disbelief.
"This was a devastating tornado that came through the Faulkner (dealership) area, looked like a TV show. It looked like a bomb went off," said Bensalem Public Safety Director Fred Harran of the second tornado.
Five people were hurt, but officials said there were no deaths or life-threatening injuries. On Thursday night, they were still assessing the damage and did not know how many residents had been displaced nor how many homes and businesses were seriously damaged beyond Faulkner's Toyota dealership on Street Road.
At least 7,000 residents in Bucks County were left without electricity due to the hurricane.