- Associated Press - Monday, May 23, 2016

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) - Severe storms that crossed South Dakota led to reports of at least three tornadoes, including one that caused damage.

The National Weather Service says a tornado in Tripp County on Sunday evening prompted reports of downed electrical lines and roof damage.

A tornado also was reported in neighboring Todd County, and across the state in Campbell County. That twister was classified as a landspout tornado, which is the land-based equivalent of a waterspout.

No damage was immediately reported from the tornadoes in Todd and Campbell counties. No injuries were immediately reported from any of the twisters.

The storms also brought strong winds, rain and hail.

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