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Tornado touches down near Papa John's Cardinal Stadium

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – Around 7:30 PM on June 22, a tornado ripped through Louisville, touching down near the intersection of Floyd and Central and Papa John's Cardinal Stadium.

It was one of the first and hardest hit areas.  Heavy winds snapped power lines and brought down traffic lights down.  The entire intersection was blocked off.  

On the corner sits Equipment Depot.  It's entire roof was tore off when the winds came through the area. 

It was around 9:00 PM when heavy rains, lightening, and thunder started causing the second issue of the night, flooding.

Cars were getting stuck in the high waters. One SUV had to literally push another car out of the water.

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