1948: Good Friday tornadoes moved from Terre Haute to Redkey, Indiana killing 20 people. About 80% of the town of Coatesville was destroyed, and 16 people were killed. The Coatesville Carnegie Library was a total loss. The path was a half mile wide.
2009: The proof is in the pudding – A NOAA Weather Radio can save your life. Near Belk, AL, a family was alerted to a tornado by their weather radio; they went to their storm cellar. They heard the “jet roar” of the EF1 tornado as it damaged their home; they were unhurt.
2011: Two tornadoes tracked across Bulloch County in Georgia. The strongest, an EF1, caused damage to seven structures, including throwing one mobile home 30 yards.
— NWS Charleston, SC (@NWSCharlestonSC) March 26, 2017
2017: Tornadoes do occur in other parts of the world. Here is a video of one in Khamis Mustait, Saudi Arabia.
— #eustorm (@EUStormMap) March 26, 2017
2017: A rare tornado in Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico.
Source: Hurricane Center PR on Facebook.