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A freak tornado left a trail of destruction after it ripped through a quiet Suffolk village without warning. The twister destroyed a 250-year-old forge, wrecked a car, uprooted trees, blew down a chimney, ripped off tiles and tore off roofs from a house and outbuildings.
Power and telephone lines were also brought down as the 120mph wind swept across the outskirts of Great Livermere, near Bury St Edmunds.
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In fact we get more tornadoes per square mile than the USA, since we are a much smaller country and there are vast areas of the USA that don't get any at all but, of course, the ones we get are very small, and only take the roofs off sheds, or lift a few fishes and frogs from garden ponds