Tuesday marks one year since a category EF-2 tornado hit a coastal Massachusetts town, devastating homes and businesses.
City officials and community leaders gathered at Revere City Hall to place a plaque to commemorate the storm Tuesday morning.
The tornado had a path length of two miles and a path width of 3/8 of a mile along Broadway.
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No one was seriously injured during the tornado, where maximum wind gusts were estimated at between 100 and 120 mph.
In all, about 65 buildings were ruined and about a dozen of those were deemed inhabitable.
The National Weather Service confirmed the Revere tornado was the first tornado touchdown in Suffolk County since records kept in 1950.