HILLSDALE, Mich. (AP) — The National Weather Service confirmed that a tornado with peak winds of 100 mph swept through Hillsdale County during a storm this week.

No injuries were reported Tuesday night, though the tornado caused significant damage at Hillsdale Golf and Country Club, which had uprooted trees, broken limbs, and other debris.

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“That’s a lot of damage,” Barbara Ann Reynolds said on the club’s Facebook page, which has pictures.

The six-minute tornado had a maximum length of 5.4 miles and maximum width of 450 yards, the Weather Service said.

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Nonetheless, it was described by the Weather Service as “weak.”

During the storm, two hay bales, each weighing 1,000 pounds, were picked up from a field south of Bankers Road and landed in a ditch and yard on the north side, the Hillsdale Daily News reported.

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