An EF-3 twister ripped through Little Rock, AR on Friday, folding over a monopole, but a sister structure remained erect on the property of the Agape Academy off of Napa Valley Drive.
The owner of the structures is unknown, and the monopoles are not registered in the FCC’s database.
The tornado, with wind speeds between 136 and 165 mph, left area apartments, home, and business windows shattered, roofs exposed, and cars damaged.
At least two damaging tornadoes swept through central Arkansas Friday afternoon.
In Iowa on Friday, a classic rock radio station got knocked off the air after an EF-2 tornado toppled a guyed tower near Salon.
In an afternoon comment on their Facebook page, 103.7 Fox warned its listeners, “Listen up, Fox fans. We have a tornado watch for the immediate area today, along with the possibility of severe weather. Stay tuned.
Shortly after that message, the station stopped transmitting.
An E-2 tornado has wind speeds from 111 to 135 miles per hour.