On 25th June 2021, a deadly tornado swept through several villages in the Czech Republic, killing five people and leaving more than 150 others injured.
The storm, characterized by winds of at least 219 km/h (13mph), blew off the roofs buildings in the southern-eastern of Breclav and Hodonin districts, uprooting trees and overturning cars; the worst-hit areas look like a war zone.
Hailstones of tennis balls size were reported and a string of villages suffered considerable damage along 25 km, as stated by local officials.
Furthermore, the tornado caused severe traffic disruptions and power outages, blocking entire motorways and leaving more than 100,000 homes without electricity.
This tornado was one of the strongest ever-recorded in Czech Republic.
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