Storms cause major damage at South Carolina high school

KERSHAW COUNTY, S.C. -- A storm caused major damage at a South Carolina high school, destroying classrooms and buses as severe weather moved through across the country Saturday.

Columbia, S.C., ABC-affiliate WOLO said the storm may have been a tornado.

In a Facebook post, the Kershaw County Sheriff's Office said no storm-related injuries have been reported in the area.

"We are very thankful this storm did not hit while our children were in school," the sheriff's office wrote.

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