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A strong tornado damaged parts of an airport in St. Louis when it hit Friday, officials said.
The tornado shattered glass, twisted metal and blew out plate-glass windows in the main terminal at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, CNN affiliate KSDK reported.
Two people were transported to nearby hospitals with injuries, and others were treated at the airport, KSDK said.
Passengers were hit with flying glass and debris as the twister ripped off part of the roof in the airport's C concourse, the station reported.
A powerful storm packing heavy rain, hail and tornadoes pummeled the St. Louis area late Friday, blowing out glass at the airport and overturning cars in the garage, authorities said.
An unknown number of people were injured at the Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, said airport spokesman Jerry Lea. The extent of the injuries was not immediately known.
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Lea said the injuries were believed to be from shattered glass.
The storm blew out glass on Concord C, airport officials said, and the National Weather Service said the roof may have been blown off
I would love to be in a tornado ahha