DARLINGTON COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - It's been a week since a devastating tornado struck Darlington county and people are still in the process of cleaning up debris. Linwood Epps, spokesman for the Darlington County EMD, said with only a few homes left to assess for damage, the total damage estimate sits at $7,073,830. Officials with the South Carolina Insurance News Service say fewer than 100 claims were filed in Darlington and most were for wind damage.
The National Weather Service released its final analysis of the EF-2 tornado last week, which caused major damage to homes, buildings and schools in its path.


The report, released just 12 hours after National Weather Service teams were dispatched to the area to analyze damage, revealed the Darlington twister packed winds of 130 mph and was on the ground for approximately 17 miles.
The storm struck during the early evening hours of April 25 and caused millions of dollars worth of damages. According to damage accounts, the twister lifted and touched down on five different occasions. For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy, and Terms of Service, and Ad Choices.





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