Environment Canada confirms two tornadoes touch down in Meadow Lake Provincial Park

Two tornadoes touched down in Meadow Lake Provincial Park on Saturday according to Environment Canada.

According to the weather agency, one touched down about 15 kilometres northwest of Goodsoil around 4:30pm and damages trees, as well as rolled a camper. Other campers were also damages by fallen trees.

The second tornado touched down about 10 kilometres northwest of Goodsoil, also at 4:30pm, and damaged some trees.

The weather agency says the first tornado had winds between 135 and 175 kilometres an hour and the second one was travelling between 90 to 130 kilometres per hour.

Three people were injured during the storm and a hiker originally reported missing was found safe on Sunday.

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