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Birmingham tornado: Your photos

Dark swirling clouds

BBC News website received photos of the tornado that hit Birmingham on Thursday. Naveed described how the clouds seem to rise and curve quickly upwards when the tornado swept though Small Heath.

Car struggle to get through flood water

Noel Welsh captured the flood in Barnes Hill and said children were swimming in the rainwater that came up to chest level.

Uprooted tree

An uprooted tree in Billsley Lane was photographed by Nick Warren.

Peter Causton's tornado-hit house

Tiles tumbled from Peter Causton's house during the tornado.

Damaged property

Michael Atkinson took this photograph showing broken windows and the blown-off roof of a local building.

Satley Road bridge

The tornado caused damage near Robert Bluck's home.

A tree fallen on a car

Kerry Webb sent in this photo of a demolished car...

Men try to repair a damaged roof

...while Justin Powers took this picture of men trying to repair the damage sustained to a roof.

An uprooted tree cracks a pavement

Deborah Ashmore sent is this photo of an uprooted tree which cracked the pavement in Prospect Road in Moseley.

Damage to the Iceland shop

The damage sustained to the Iceland store in Kings Heath High Street sent in by a user.

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