Three tornadoes swept across eastern Australia on Saturday. Wounding more than a dozen people, more than 5 thousand homes were without electricity as a result of failure of electricity cables.
Tornado hit the town of Bargara, Burnett Heads, and Kunarr a few kilometers from Bundaberg on the west coast of the continent in Queensland on Saturday morning.
Infrastructure of the city sustained heavy damage. In these and a number of neighboring towns in the morning was declared a storm warning. Several schools evacuated students, the Internet media.
Recall that in December 2012, three people were killed and seven injured in the tornado in Hobsonville — north-western suburb of the New Zealand city of Auckland. According to eyewitnesses, "first began to rain, and then out of nowhere there was a tornado that tore roofs from homes, uproot trees, and five minutes later suddenly disappeared."
Two people died in collapsed on their car concrete slab. According to preliminary estimates, as a result of the tornado severely damaged about 150 houses.