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Mini-tornado rips through UK campsite

Shocked campers have told how a freak and dangerous mini-tornado that ripped through a village hit without warning 'like a lion roaring'. They said the twister lifted campervans and hurling possessions over a nearby golf course.

The force of nature is said to have blown around heavy mobility scooters and even snapped a frying pan, with one camper saying the tornado was like being hit by a HGV. The twister hit Ynyslas, a small village in Wales north of Aberystwyth, last Friday.

Shaun Watts and his dad Steven were in their campervans on Borth and Ynyslas Golf Club's car park when they heard a load roaring. The front of Steven's van lifted off the ground - and Shaun says that his own van briefly left the ground entirely, rolling him out of bed and startling him awake.

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The wind blew mobility scooters around and snapped a frying pan, reports Wales Online. Shaun said they suffered around £700 damage. He said: "It was like a lion roaring. Honestly, it felt like being hit by a lorry the way the campervan lifted up.

"We have been camping here for three days and thought it was quite a sheltered spot near the sea wall. Around 6.30am we were woken up by the sound and both our campervans being lifted at the front.

“Most of our things have been lifted and thrown over the golf course, with some items travelling over the houses near the road. A table we had has been snapped in two and even a frying pan has been almost bent in half and had its handle snapped off.''

Shaun, his son, and his dad Steven, spent the rest of the morning searching for their possessions - which they found scattered around the nearby golf course. Shaun says the force of the

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