NOBLESVILLE, Ind. (WISH) – Surveillance video shows the exact moment an EF-1 tornado hit Noblesville on Wednesday afternoon.
Several homes in the Twin Oaks subdivision are boarded up because of storm damage. That neighborhood is near 161st Street and Hazel Dell Road.
The National Weather Service confirmed that an EF-1 tornado touched down in Hamilton County near Noblesville around 3:55 p.m. They say that the tornado reached wind speed of 107 mph. The tornado was on the ground for just over a half of a mile before dissipating.
James Graham a resident in the subdivision captured the moment the wind and rain picked up. The tornado sent garbage cans, umbrellas and other objects flying through the air.
He shared this video with us. You can see the storm pick up at the 1 minute mark.
“I don’t know if it was a tornado or not but the winds blew houses apart which blew them into the other houses. Graham said. “This is all wide open here so you can see how the wind could really come through here.”
Graham estimates his home suffered up to $10,000 in damage.
No injuries were reported.
This is the third confirmed tornado from storms Wednesday in central Indiana. An EF-1 tornado was confirmed near State Road 135 and Smith Valley Road in Greenwood an EF-1 tornado was also confirmed in Rush County.