The tornado touched down and totally destroyed a 2100 sq. ft. triple wide near McDuffie Road. Two were inside (a father and daughter). Both were found beneath the debris of the home, and transported to the hospital for only minor injuries.
The homes' anchors were pulled out of the ground (relatively sandy soil), and the support straps were snapped.
Two 21 ft. campers were also damaged/destroyed and blown downwind (northeast) of the home.
Two automobiles were damaged by fallen trees.
The tornado then lifted as it tracked northeastward across a heavily wooded area along the periphery of the Fort Bragg military reservation. Without aeriel photos it isn't known if the tornado touched down again in the wooded area. However, the next observable damage in the Heritage Village subdivision was consistent with a tornado aloft or a downburst. The walls and roof of this house collapsed and folded over toward the northeast. Six tie down straps were snapped at the front of the house. A shed was also damaged.
Moderate tree damage was observed further northeast in the Heritage Village subdivision. The only structural damage in this area was where a front porch of a house had been partially damaged.
The tornado touched down for a second time and heavily damaged Spout Springs Presbyterian Church. Insulation from the church was found stuck to the north and east facing walls of the church, and completely covering surrounding trees. Another home was blown 20 to 50 yards downwind (northeast) of the foundation, and was totally destroyed. There was a clear cyclonic circulation in the this homes' debris field. The damage path was approximately 40 yards wide.
Other various photos from the area...