Clark County hit with tornadoes three times in 2 months

Clark County experienced its third tornado in two months Wednesday night, leaving the Clark County-Bethel Twp. Fire Chief describing the latest storm as a “monumental event.”

An EF-1 tornado touched down on the western side of Park Layne, leaving behind damage to several businesses, trees and roofs in the area.

RELATED: NWS releases details on Park Layne tornado

A second tornado was confirmed Wednesday near Medway.

The National Weather Service also confirmed a tornado near Enon on April 5, when an EF-0 tornado caused damage to a home and farm on Dayton-Springfield Road.

PREVIOUS COVERAGE: Heavy storm damage reported near Enon, barn destroyed

Clark County is no stranger to tornadoes, on April 2, 2015 an EF0 tornado damaged trees and an outbuilding — blew the doors off a barn — along Addison-New Carlisle Road near Stafford Road, 3 miles north of New Carlisle.

RELATED: NWS confirms tornado hit near New Carlisle

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