Tornadoes and a thunderstorm "supercell" have swept across Queensland in Australia, injuring four people and causing widespread damage, BBC reports.
The dangerous weather system hit the state's south-east on Thursday, the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) said.
One tornado struck Tansey, a town 250km (155 miles) north of Brisbane, snapping trees and ripping roofs from houses.
Elsewhere, four people were injured when tennis ball-sized hail shattered car windscreens, authorities said.
One, Fiona Simpson, posted images online of bruises and scrapes across her body.