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www.wmfd.com - Things got a bit scary Wednesday for students attending a basketball camp at Lynchburg-Clay High School in Ohio, as school district official, Shane Shope, says a powerful storm damaged the building and rattled nerves but luckily no one was hurt. }}" />

   
 
 
Strong Storms Damage Lynchburg-Clay High School In Ohio

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  Original Published: 6/5/2014 Things got a bit scary Wednesday for students attending a basketball camp at Lynchburg-Clay High School in Ohio. School district official, Shane Shope, says a powerful storm damaged the building and rattled nerves but luckily no one was hurt. "From what I can tell, I had a couple people tell me maybe they saw a funnel cloud," Slope says. "I'm not going to confirm that but we know we had some strong winds." The National Weather Service issued a preliminary report Wednesday night, saying it was an EF-0 tornado that hit the school.
   
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