(WTXL) — The National Weather Service confirmed Monday night that an EF-1 tornado touched down in Wakula County on Sunday.

According to a public information statement from the National Weather Service, the damage survey showed the tornado peaked at 95 mph and traveled just over 3/10 of a mile.

No deaths or injuries related to the tornado have been reported.

The NWS confirmed in a statement that the tornado touched down east of Ashley Hall Road, south of Bob Miller Road, at 12:45 a.m. Sunday.

The tornado moved northeast across Bob Miller Road and S&S Ranch Road before dissipating less than two minutes after touching down.

The tornado damaged trees, structures and vehicles along Bob Miller Road, while a home on Dana Drive sustained roof damage.

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