A tornado hit a rural area of western Nebraska Friday evening, but officials do not believe the twister hit any buildings or caused any injuries.
The National Weather Service says the tornado was spotted about three miles west of Sutherland, then moved east toward Hershey. It accompanied a severe thunderstorm that dropped heavy rain and hail.
It was the second tornado of the year in Nebraska after one reported in Hastings earlier this month.
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