‘twister’ rips inflatable slide from its moorings and lifts it 30ft in the air
It is reported that the child who has been playing on the slide is safe with only a few seconds left because of the \"mini
The tornado wreaked havoc in a country show in Friskney, Lincoln County.
However, according to the BBC, no one was injured because the inflation was closed when the strong winds began to arrive.
The chairman of the Friskney Show said that with the wind leaving traces of damage on the fare, air inflation caused \"confusion \".
After a metal stake broke the window, the window was broken and people had to grab the chairs and the gazebo to stop them from flying away.
At about 1, a shy coconut and an ice cream shop were destroyed in abnormal weather. 20pm yesterday.
Met has confirmed that \"tornado\" is a funnel cloud-acone-
Shape or needle-
Like a structure attached to the main cloudBase in the sky.
If they hit the ground, they would be classified as tornadoes.
According to the president of the show, the strong winds at the Lincoln County Motor Show last for about a minute yesterday, and the inflatable finally landed in a nearby parking lot.
Photographer Stephen Wilmer, who took a shocking picture of the Holocaust, said: \"It rained so hard that we flew through the fire and the funnel came from the same direction.
\"It\'s just a matter of seconds, but the height of the inflatable slide flying in the air is far more than 30 feet.
\"People caught Marquis and the children were screaming.
I looked at the sky and saw three or four funnels in the sky.
\"It\'s very surreal and I would be surprised if I saw something like that again.
\"It\'s a lucky escape because if it\'s not because of the rain, there might be children in the car.
Vanessa Butler, who owns the inflatable slide, told the BBC that although the slide was \"secured\", it was taken away by \"sudden gusts.
She said: \"We have two resilient castles there, and the other one is still there, very good.
\"The unusual weather incident happened after a series of tornadoes that swept the town and village of Lincoln last month.
Trish Hunters, chairman of the Friskney Show, said: \"It\'s a mess.
But this is not the case.
\"It came down from the display and picked up some tents and caused damage.
It crashed the 30-foot-wide inflatable castle into the air.
The castle crossed the road before getting off at the village hall parking lot.
\"The best thing was that no one was on it at the time and no one was injured.
\"The window of a stall truck was broken, the window of the Linx County radio station that came here was damaged, and the equipment was damaged.
Norwich\'s old Xia Grant died after being blown away at an inflatable castle in Essex Harlow.