Canada Man dead following Manitoba tornado

20:00  04 august  2018
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Tornado warning cancelled for Siksika First Nation

  Tornado warning cancelled for Siksika First Nation An Alberta Emergency Alert for a possible tornado near Siksika First Nation has been cancelled .The agency had warned of a rotating severe thunderstorm that could produce a tornado located 15 kilometres west of Gleichen, headed southeast at 40 km/h shortly before 7 p.m. Wednesday.At 7:45 p.m., the warning was extended to Newell County, as the storm had moved 10 kilometres west of Bassano, and was still moving southeast.Both alerts were cancelled shortly before 8:30 p.m.

One man has died after a tornado touched down near Alonsa, Manitoba , about 200 kilometres north of Winnipeg, Friday night.

A man has died after a tornado touched down in the Alonsa, Man ., area on Friday night, RCMP confirmed. The 77-year-old man was found dead outside his residence, which was destroyed, an RCMP spokesperson said Saturday. She said Manitoba Hydro was working to restore power.

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A man has died after a tornado touched down west of Lake Manitoba on Friday night and tore at least one home off its foundation, officials said Saturday.

An RCMP spokesman said the 77-year-old man was found dead outside what remained of his wrecked home in Alonsa, Man., about 165 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg.

"The tornado was down for quite some time so we're hearing reports of lots of trailers, and damage to vehicles, trees and homes," said Sgt. Paul Manaigre, adding that no other injuries were reported.

"There's a lot of damage being reported, and that's only the tip of the iceburg," said Environment Canada meteorologist Jean-Philippe Begin.

Saskatchewan RCMP looking for missing Manitoba man

  Saskatchewan RCMP looking for missing Manitoba man RCMP in La Ronge, Sask., say Cory Mitchell McLaughlin, 45, was last seen around 4:35 p.m. Tuesday. They believe he may be in the area between La Ronge — 344 kilometres north of Saskatoon — and Snow Lake, Man., 336 kilometres east of La Ronge.Police are concerned for McLaughlin's well-being.McLaughlin is believed to be driving a red or maroon 2005 Ford F-150 with Manitoba plates EJZ 932.He is roughly five feet eight inches tall and weighs 200 pounds, and has brown hair and blue eyes.Anyone with information on McLaughlin's whereabouts is asked to call La Ronge RCMP at 306-425-6730.

The Elie, Manitoba tornado was an F5 tornado that struck the town of Elie, in the Canadian province of Manitoba (40 kilometres (25 miles) west of Winnipeg), on June 22, 2007. While several houses were leveled, no one was injured or killed by the tornado .

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Some people reported seeing tennis ball-sized hail, up to six centimetres in diameter, while others said strong winds wreaked havoc.

Annie Richard, 47, captured video of the tornado from her home about two kilometres from where the twister started.

"You hear some people say that it sounds like a freight train," she said on Saturday morning. "It was just a constant rumble, and it just didn't stop."

She and her husband watched the tornado grow and move for about a half hour, filming on her phone, Richard said.

Valerie McInnes was at a campground with her family on Margaret Bruce Beach when a couple next door came to tell them they had received tornado alerts on their phones.

After seeing a funnel cloud forming to the southwest, she and her family jumped in their car to flee, she said.

"We drove a little ways away to get out of the path and then went back when it was safe," said McInnes, noting that their property was intact.

"We're very lucky, others lost everything," she said. "We know of three homes that were destroyed in that area."

"I have a whole new respect for the weather after tonight," she wrote.

After surviving Alonsa tornado, kids hurl themselves around on stage at Folklorama .
Days after they survived the gyrating winds of the Alonsa tornado, two young members of the Oleschak family were hurling themselves around on stage at Folklorama. On August 3, Hayley and Hunter Oleschak were among 40 people who huddled in the basement of their grandparents' home near Margaret Bruce Beach while an EF4 tornado tore across the property on its way to Lake Manitoba.Hayley, 12, and 10-year-old Hunter survived the ordeal, along with everyone else who took shelter on the Oleschak property.

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