Volunteers from Team Rubicon are providing assistance to residents of Conway, still dealing with damage from February’s twister.
Neighbors have been coming together to help those who were affected by the rare February tornado that struck the Franklin County town.
It’s been almost one month since a tornado ripped through the Franklin County town of Conway.
The EF-1 twister was the first ever recorded in Massachusetts in the month of February, and highlights the risk we face from tornadoes.
Massachusetts averages about one to three tornado touchdowns every year.
Volunteers cleared debris from wetlands and hay fields in some of the hardest-hit areas of Conway.
The International organization of Lions Clubs has granted $10,000 for tornado relief work.
22News explains whether the state plans to step in to help the towns affected by the tornado.
Family returns to their Goshen home for the first time, after it was smashed by a tree during Saturday’s storm.
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The damage from Saturday’s tornado in Conway is incredible, and the scale of the damage is even more telling from above.
A victim of this weekend’s tornado says that it is heartwarming to receive offers of help from his neighbors.
Before it caused more widespread destruction in Conway, Saturday’s tornado touched down in nearby Goshen.
A severe thunderstorm warning had been issued right at the time the tornado touched down, but no tornado warning went out.
People were hard at work in the Maple Street area, clearing the rubble from damaged buildings, as well as downed trees.
Buildings were destroyed, numerous trees knocked down, and roads closed in Conway, where an EF-1 tornado hit Saturday.
A look at the damage from an EF-1 tornado that touched down in Conway on February 25, 2017.
The five-mile long, 200-yards wide tornado traveled through Conway Saturday after briefly touching down in Goshen.
Wind gusts were estimated to be from 100-110 mph in the areas of Main Poland Road and Whately Road.
The tornado destroyed homes, knocked out power, and had town officials working through the night to assess the damage.