Giant tornado hits Andover, Kansas, while twister tears through the city, leaving ‘extensive destruction’ after weather forecast

A DANGEROUS storm has hit Kansas as stormtroopers track destruction through the central and eastern parts of the state.

At 8:50 p.m., a tornado storm continued to affect Butler County, as extensive damage has already occurred.

A tornado tears through parts of Kansas

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A tornado tears through parts of KansasCredit: Twitter
The tornado has already destroyed several buildings

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The tornado has already destroyed several buildingsCredit: Twitter

Buildings including the YMCA and The Capital Federal Amphitheater in Andover, Kansas, have been partially destroyed.

Twitter videos from the area shows extensive destruction throughout the county.

Storms have affected cities, including Wichita, as one Twitter video shows.

At 21.25 CST, it was confirmed that a tornado had landed in Rosalia, Kansas, as emergency crews blocked the streets southbound at 13th Street.

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The tornado did not land until 20.30 and caused damage on Andover Road from 13th Street north to south of Kellogg.

At 7:55 p.m., Storm Team 12 said a severe thunderstorm warning previously issued to Butler and Sedgwick could end earlier than expected.

At 7.30pm, tree limbs had been blown down in Ottawa County as the tornado began to change direction.

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The first tornado warning was issued at. 5.30pm for Phillips County and Harlan, Nebraska.

At 6:40 p.m., the alert was extended to Abilene, Enterprise and Carlton in Dickinson County.

Severe storm warnings have been issued for various counties during the evening

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Severe storm warnings have been issued for various counties during the eveningCredit: Twitter

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