Nebraska State Patrol gets aerial view of Wayne storm damage - KTIV News 4 Sioux City IA: News, Weather and Sports

Nebraska State Patrol gets aerial view of Wayne storm damage


The Nebraska State Patrol took to the air to get a full view of the destruction and damage from an estimated EF3 tornado that tore through Wayne, Nebraska Friday night.  KTIV's news partner, US92 Radio in Norfolk, obtained the aerial photos of the flight Saturday.

Emergency officials say fifteen people were injured, one critically when the tornado hit. All Wayne residents were believed to be accounted for early Saturday. At least 10 homes and a couple dozen businesses were damaged in the tornado. 

Nebraska Emergency Management crews are in Wayne assessing the damage and helping with the clean up.  Governor Dave Heineman is expected to tour the damage on Sunday.

Stay tuned to KTIV and for the latest on the storm clean up in Wayne, and all over Siouxland.


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