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Terrifying twisters in parts of the Midwest forced Gov. Mike Pence to cancel campaign events and head back to his home state of Indiana.

As Mike Tobin reported on Happening Now, “hundreds of Hoosiers are picking up the pieces,” and thousands of residents are without power.

“The worst of the tornadoes has now been identified as an EF-3…with winds of 165 mph,” near Kokomo in northern Indiana, Tobin said.

Dramatic video showed hurricane-force winds destroying a Starbucks coffee shop, as at least 35 tornadoes were reported in the state.

“We’ll be here so long as it takes so that all the resources and agencies of the State of Indiana that can support recovery efforts [will] take place,” Gov. Pence said at a press conference.

No major injuries have been reported, other than a boy who received a gash from flying debris, Tobin told host Gregg Jarrett.

Watch the Happening Now report below.


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