Dateline: Tuesday August 20, 2019 First Report: 7:17 PM SLT
Burnside and Spector Regions, Northern Bellisseria.
Dark green pea soup skies were seen rolling in off the northern sea as dusk settled on Bellisseria Tuesday evening. Reports are still sketchy and access to the area is limited, but it is reported that high velocity straight line winds moved through the high ground of the Burnside Region obliterating all trees and roads.
A severe tornado from the same weather system is being blamed for as many as 6 traditional homes being blown away in the Spector Region.
The severe weather was followed by a hazy but mostly cloudless sunset over Bellisseria as those in the area surveyed extensive damage. Confidential sources on the scene maintain that a Mole was heard to say, "Ohhh, I didn't do this!" when Bellisseria's new nuclear towers were brought up as a potential culprit. Citizens are reminded to use caution while eating or drinking until Geiger measurements can be ascertained through independent laboratories. Bellisseria residents are asked to return to their rightful owners any transfer/no copy items that may be found.
Moles on the scene have assured citizens that conditions will be returned to normal as Lindens report to work Wednesday morning.
(Trees and roads are obliterated from high velocity straight line winds in Northern Bellisseria's Burnside Region.)
(The Bellisseria Oceanographic Institute steps up to provide first responder emergency functions as citizens continue in their wait for an SLCG presence in Bellisseria.)
(Homes in Northern Bellisseria's Spector Region were literally blown from their foundations, due to severe tornadic acitvity spawned from the weather system.)