Winds pushing 60 miles per hour leveled crops, flattened highway signs on metal posts, and toppled recreational vehicles at a RV dealership.

“I was on the phone in my office with a customer and I saw one of our units go passed my window at about 20 miles an hour. I realized at that point that we had some severe weather,” business manager Rob Kohloff said.

A trailer at Quietwoods RV weighing 11,000 pounds was picked up, spun around, and slammed down on its side.

Another trailer was pushed back about 30 feet, leaving a skid mark in the pavement as it was being dragged.

The Quietwoods RV business manager says one of his employees witnessed the 11,000-pound trailer get scooped right off the ground.

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