June 4. At the mid-Atlantic coast of the U.S. have fallen nine tornadoes. Hardest-hit states of Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia. Reported flooding of several roads, hundreds of fallen trees, the destruction of homes and private boats, which issued no storm near the coast. One resident of Maryland suffered serious fractures in the crash of the concrete walls of his garage. Several other state residents escaped with minor injuries.
11 people were urgently evacuated from work when the tornado struck the Robert Morris University in Pennsylvania. In the suburbs of Washington and tens of thousands of people were left without electricity. Fortunately, the supply has been restored in the shortest possible time. Bad weather caught by surprise a few drivers on local roads that turned into rivers. They had to be rescued by special teams.