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Tornado winds topped 135 miles per hour, weather service says -June-03-2011--

Tornado winds topped 135 miles per hour, weather service says

June-03-2011--The tornado that raced through western Massachusetts on Wednesday was at least a category EF3, meteorologists concluded today. “It is possible it could end up being ranked higher. But at this time, we feel comfortable releasing the information,”

“It was at least an EF3 in the hardest hit areas along its track, which certainly includes Monson.”

An EF3 is considered a strong tornado carrying winds of 136-165 miles per hour that can cause significant damage to structures and destroy those that are not well-built.

Tornado survivors are being asked to call 211 today and give the state a general report on the damage they have suffered so officials can prod the Obama administration into qualifying Western and Central Massachusetts for federal disaster relief.

Massachusetts residents face aftermath of tornadoes

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