March 22 - Two tornadoes tear through the Australian state of Victoria injuring up to 20 people. Sarah Charlton reports.
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The aftermath of a tornado strike in Australia, which left at least 20 people hospitalised.
Two tornadoes swept through communities in Victoria state on Thursday (March 21) night, damaging homes and destroying woodland.
Two people are in a critical condition.
SOUNDBITE: (English) LOCAL RESIDENT, LAUREN FOGERTY SAYING:
"I actually understand now how everybody feels when it happens to the people you see on television. It's awful."
The tornadoes packed winds of up to 155 miles per hour (250km/h), according to local reports.
Weather forecasters say twisters with such force are rare in Victoria.
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