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Tornado Off North Cornwall

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3:34pm 29th November 2012

A tornado skims north Cornwall.

It has been spotted out at sea off Boscastle, heading towards Lundy Island

Julie lives near the village and is watching it out of the window:

"My neighbour rang me to say 'Have a look out the window and look out to sea' and we could see it! We're seeing a grey funnel and quite a big grey cloud at the top of it"

"The sea is totally flat, but I wouldn't have thought it was like that on Lundy Island at the moment"

"If it heads towards us we'll be battening down the hatches! But I don't think it will do that, it's right out at sea."

3:34pm 29th November 2012

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