A possible tornado struck the small southwestern Missouri town of Goodman late in the 6-o'clock hour Tuesday evening.
Goodman- in northern McDonald county along I-49- is about 25 miles south-southeast of Joplin.
Among structures damaged in the town of about 1250 people was the town's main fire station and nearby elementary school.
|Google street view of Goodman fire station in better days.|
|Google street view of back of elementary school before tornado.|
|Same view as above from slightly right and back angle- after the tornado.|
Some houses and an apartment building were also damaged.
Only one minor" injury was reported.
There were other reports of wind damage to the northeast near Monett- but no injuries mentioned.
Wednesday morning- the NWS in Springfield MO declared this "an EF-2 tornado" with a path length of "3 miles.".