Morbihan. Torn trees, flying roofs, these spectacular tornadoes that cross the department

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The tornado that hit the neighborhood of Penhoet, Brec'h, near Auray, Saturday, November 9, 2019, is not the first in the Morbihan. In the last five years, this climatic phenomenon, as sudden as violent, has caused great damage in several communes. That of 2004 even made a death on the island of Houat.

The town center of Plouray (Morbihan) stricken on October 8, 2014. A tornado ripped thirteen roofs. That of an old restaurant flew away and landed in a school yard. | ARCHIVES WEST-FRANCE / THIERRY HOLLOW


  • The town center of Plouray (Morbihan) stricken on October 8, 2014. A tornado ripped thirteen roofs. That of an old restaurant flew away and landed in a school yard.
    The town center of Plouray (Morbihan) stricken on October 8, 2014. A tornado ripped thirteen roofs. That of an old restaurant flew away and landed in a school yard. | ARCHIVES WEST-FRANCE / THIERRY HOLLOW

The tornado that partially ripped the roof of a house in Brec'h and uprooted several trees, near

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