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Tornado confirmed in southeast corner of Iowa

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MOUNT PLEASANT, Iowa (AP) — Officials say a tornado touched down south of Mount Pleasant in the southeastern corner of Iowa, but no reports of injuries or damage has been made.

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Mount Pleasant City Administrator Brent Schleisman says the tornado was confirmed around 3 p.m. Wednesday. It hit as the National Weather Service placed parts of Henry and Des Moines counties under a tornado warning until later Wednesday afternoon.

Schleisman said he believed the tornado skirted south of Mount Pleasant, but had not had much of a chance to check in with residents.

Schleisman said he and other City Hall employees “just got out of the basement ourselves.”

A trained spotter had recorded seeing the tornado touch down about three minutes to the west of Salem, Iowa, just before 3 p.m., according to the National Weather Service.  It lifted just before reaching the town of Salem.