Destructive Tornado Tears Across Rose Hill, Kansas

A destructive tornado damaged homes and buildings north of Rose Hill, Kansas on April 29.

Stormchaser Christian Eden captured this video on Friday and originally posted it to Twitter.

“The tornado remained on the ground for 20+ minutes, unfortunately causing significant damage in Andover, 31 years and 3 days after the town was hit by an F5,” Eden said.

The National Weather Service urged residents of Andover and areas to the city’s northeast to seek shelter.

On Saturday, the Andover Fire Department said minor injuries were reported, but no fatalities, KAKE reported. Credit: Christian Eden via Storyful

Video transcript

[STORM SOUNDS]

- On the ground, on the ground.

[STORM SOUNDS]

- Wow.

[STORM SOUNDS]

- You guys want to go North to try and intercept it?

- Yeah. Wait a second, though. It's a really good view.

- This is the most incredible thing I've ever seen.

- It is a beautiful tornado.

- Ha-ha.

- This is-- Oh, my gosh.

- Look at it dancing.

- This [INAUDIBLE] must be on the other side of the county.

- [INAUDIBLE].

- [INAUDIBLE] be here.

- Yeah, but the [INAUDIBLE] usually tied to one [INAUDIBLE].

[STORM SOUNDS]

- Let's move north.

[STORM SOUNDS]

- You guys, want to go north?

- Yeah.

- I do. Can you roll down this window?

[MUSIC PLAYING]

- Hello? I want to report a tornado. Does this thing go down?

[MUSIC PLAYING]

- I think he has to control it.

- Oh.

[STORM SOUNDS]

- Thank you.

- Yeah, [INAUDIBLE].

[STORM SOUNDS]

[SIRENS]

- CD's calling me.

[SIRENS]

- Yeah.

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