Tornado Rips Through Indianapolis - Severely Damages Homes In Marion And Hendricks Counties!

June 25, 2014 - INDIANA, UNITED STATES - A tornado tracked through western and northern Indianapolis on Tuesday afternoon. The twister was first spotted near Plainfield, southwest of the city. Spotters near Speedway, which is northwest of downtown, also reported a funnel cloud. In Hendricks County, Plainfield Fire Chief Brian Russel said a few homes
have significant damage. Buildings in the city's commercial district were also hit. One house was heavily damaged when a camper was tossed onto a house, destroying most of the roof. The Wayne Township Fire Department said three homes in the Cameron Meadows subdivision, near the Marion County line, were seriously damaged, while several more sustained less substantial damage.