The following 6 pictures were taken by Bill Watson in his yard, about 4.5 miles west from the storm.

Taken from Bill &Tami Watson's yard - about 4.5 miles west of the storm.
Taken from Bill &Tami Watson's yard - about 4.5 miles west of the storm.
Taken from Bill &Tami Watson's yard - about 4.5 miles west of the storm.
Taken from Bill &Tami Watson's yard - about 4.5 miles west of the storm.
Taken from Bill &Tami Watson's yard - about 4.5 miles west of the storm.
Taken from Bill &Tami Watson's yard - about 4.5 miles west of the storm.

Photos courtesy Bill Watson

Taken from Henry & Doreen VanMol's  - the cloud is at Bruce & Joyce's.

Taken from Henry & Doreen VanMol's about 3/4 mile north of Bruce & Joyce's.

Taken from Henry & Doreen VanMol's  - the cloud is at Bruce & Joyce's.
Taken from Henry & Doreen VanMol's  - the cloud is at Bruce & Joyce's.
Taken from Henry & Doreen VanMol's  - the cloud is at Bruce & Joyce's.

In the photo above, the funnel is now at Bruce & Joyce's

Taken from Henry & Doreen VanMol's  - the cloud is at Bruce & Joyce's.

Multiple vortex's are evident here.

Photos courtesy Henry VanMol.

Taken from Denis & Val Choquette's back yard on the north end of town.

The photo above and the two below were taken from Denis & Val Choquette's back yard on the north end of town. The twister is about 6 miles distant in these photos.

Taken from Denis & Val Choquette's back yard on the north end of town.
Taken from Denis & Val Choquette's back yard on the north end of town.

The bottom of the funnel is larger in this picture taken just a few minutes later than the first.

Photos courtesy Vic Kapelus

Taken from Greg Currie's yard south of the storm.

Taken from Greg Currie's yard about 5 miles east of the storm. Thought to be at Bruce & Joyce's at this time.

Taken from Greg Currie's yard south of the storm.

Downed power lines cause the glow center left. It's believed the twister is now at Robin & Kelli-Ann's.

Taken from Greg Currie's yard south of the storm.

The storm lifted and dropped to the ground several times during it's destructive journey. Fortunately for the Curries, it has lifted as it nears their farm.

Photos courtesy Greg Currie.

A fund for Robin & Kelli-Ann McKay has been started at Westoba Credit Union.

Cheques made payable to "Robin & Kelli McKay Tornado Fund" can be mailed to:

Westoba Credit Union
Box 49
Pilot Mound, Manitoba, Canada
R0G 1P0

An official fund has not been started for the other victims of this massive storm, however for anyone inclined to do so, their general addresses are:

Jack Dyck
Pilot Mound, Manitoba R0G 1P0

Bruce & Joyce Mckay
Pilot Mound, Manitoba R0G 1P0

Andrew & Stephanie Klassen
LaRiviere, Manitoba. R0G 1AO

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