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... NWS damage survey for April 5, 2017 tornado event - update #2... .Tornado #2/Bedford County EF-1 anticyclonic landspout tornado... Rating: EF-1estimated peak wind: 95 mphpath length /statute/: 5.4 milespath width /maximum/: 150 yardsfatalities: 0injuries: 0Start date: April 5, 2017start time: 347 PMstart location: 5 miles south southwest of Shelbyville start lat/lon: 35.4120, -86.5069End date: April 5, 2017end time: 353 PM end location: 1.5 miles southeast of Shelbyville end_lat/lon: 35.4715, -86.4380Survey summary: a rare and unique anticyclonic landspout tornado touched down in southern Bedford County off a left splitting supercell and an anticyclonic rear flank downdraft coupled with strong southwesterly surface flow. The damage path started off of Charlie Russell Road consisting of uprooted and snapped trees as well as a barn sustaining significant damage from rear flank downdraft winds. The path continued northeast uprooting and snapping dozens of Hardwood and softwood trees. Off of Highway 412, several homes sustained roof damage as well as loss of underpinning off of a couple of Mobile homes. Additional barn damage was observed on Womack Road along with several more trees uprooted and snapped. Significant tree damage occurred off of Narrows Lane including a 4ft wide Oak Tree snapped at the base. The tornado then weakened and continued northeast lifting near Tennessee Highway 130.