1. Twister

    Tornados Strike Brooklyn

    NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 17:  A street sign sits atop downed trees and other debris following a late afternoon storm yesterday which is being described as a possible tornado September 17, 2010 in the Park Slope neighborhood of the Brooklyn borough of New York City. At least one fatality was attributed to the severe storm which brought high winds and rain to parts of Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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    We’re not in … Brooklyn anymore? A tornado was spotted on Saturday morning, and a second struck in the evening off the beach at Coney Island and the Rockaways in Brooklyn, New York. Brooklyn’s last major tornado was in 2010, when hundreds of trees fell and delayed thousands of people’s commutes. A tornado watch has been issued for all of New York City until 11 p.m., and severe thunderstorms are wreaking havoc throughout the Northeast on Saturday, with thousands losing power. The storm has also caused the postponement of the U.S. Open men's final until Monday.

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