Roads Blocked After Tornadic Storm Blows 'Large Debris Ball' Through Augusta, Missouri

A storm and possible tornado blew through Augusta, Missouri, on Tuesday, May 21, sweeping up a “large debris ball,” the National Weather Service (NWS) in St Louis reported.

The NWS tweeted that the ball was evident on their radar. “People just east of Augusta take shelter NOW!!” they wrote. Multiple tornado warnings had been issued for the region.

This video shows the aftermath of the storm on Schluersberg Road, Augusta. Credit: Cheryl Vieth via Storyful