WAYNE COUNTY, N.C. – The National Weather Service has confirmed that there were three tornadoes in North Carolina on Friday.
A 110-mile-per-hour E-F-1 tornado was confirmed about 15 minutes outside of Goldsboro in Wayne County, destroying homes and buildings.
Two other smaller tornados were confirmed to have touched down in the towns of Pembroke and Saint Pauls in Robeson County.
Forecasters said winds of up to 85 miles per hour caused a lot of damage in that area. No injuries were reported, although several homes and businesses were damaged.