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(Received June 27, 2.30 p.m.)

Ottawa, June 26.

A severe tornado was experienced in the Medicine' Hat district. Two persona were killed, and many were injured. The damage to property is estimated at 500,000 dollars at Redcliffe. The business section of Grassy Lake was obliterated, and two lumber yards were wiped out.

A freight train was blown off the track, and wires were carried away. Details are meagre.

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TORNADO IN CANADA. The Colonist, Volume LVII, Issue 13805, 28 June 1915

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