Eglinton farm workers 'escape tornado'
Ten people working at a farm in County Londonderry had a lucky escape after what they described as a tornado struck it on Wednesday afternoon.
It ripped the roof off the barn. A car was also destroyed when a wall collapsed on it.
Farmer Fergie Kelly, said the workers were trimming cows' feet in the barn near Eglinton, when they heard a bang.
"We thought there was a bomb that went off. We ran out of the shed.
"The cows all stampeded ... We saw a tornado going down through the field. The tin was hurled into the air, along with the roof trusses and blocks and a lot of other debris. It was quite a scary experience."
Mr Kelly said no-one was hurt but they were "totally scared" by their experience.
"The shed roof started to lift and all of a sudden the shed roof lifted off into the air," he said.
"The only good thing about today is everyone got out without being hurt."