Debris Flies as Severe Storm Hits Seneca, South Carolina

Debris was thrown during a severe storm in Seneca, South Carolina, that left a car on its roof and damaged the roof of a building on April 10.

The local fire chief told local media the damage may have been caused by a microburst storm. The National Weather Service was conducting a storm survey on Sunday.

This video from the security cameras of the Maranatha Baptist Church shows debris flying as the storm passes by. Credit: Shaun Watkins/Maranatha Baptist Church via Storyful