A terrible tornado swept through an Essex airfield today, causing millions of pounds in damage to the plane.
Forty helicopters and planes flew with the power of a 20-second twister, wreaking havoc at Stapleford Aerodrome.
A new silver and blue aero special. Helicopter – which is worth more than 1 million m – was thrown at him and his routers broke.
The other helicopters were circling in circles with a terrible gust of wind.
The Cessna Light aircraft were among at least eight that crashed overnight, with some returning to their roofs.
The airfield is less than ten miles from Brentwood, where Gemma Collins, down, and the friend film The Eveningway Essex. A source told The Sun yesterday: “The crew arrived at the scene in complete chaos.
Fixed-wing planes and helicopters were stuck on their roofs in the airfield and the doors were cracked by hangers.
“The tornado seems to have cut through the standing plane – some were destroyed and some were not yards away. The damage will be in the millions.”
Sources say the overturned plane will probably be written, while helicopters and planes hovering or moving around all require expensive repairs and thorough safety inspections.
There are about 30 small tornadoes in the UK each year due to the increase in low pressure that forms a rotating column of high-velocity wind.
The owners of the aircraft did not respond to requests for comment.