A tornado in Bangladesh killed at least 25 people and injured about 5,000 people on October 12. The tornado that lasted for about 30 minutes blew away tin roofs, trees and electricity poles near Tongi, an industrial town near the capital Dhaka. Most of the people died from being hit by pieces of tin tossed into the air by the tornado that devastated an area of eight kilometres.
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