Hudson, WI Tornado, Jun 1899

Next to New Richmond the most severe damage done by the storm was at Hudson, Wis., and also at LaCrosse, Wis. In the vicinity of the first named town a tornado and cloudburst destroyed wires, unroofed residences, barns and outbuildings all along its path.

The Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, NE, 14 Jun 1899

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Leveled by the Wind

Hudson, Wis., June 13. -- A cyclone passed two and half miles southeast of Hudson. Harry Mattison's house and barn and all his farm buildings were blown flat. The family were in the cellar and no one was hurt.

The Sandusky Star, Sandusky, OH 13 Jun 1889

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The killed and injured as far as known are....-- At Hudson, Wis.-- ____ Vollman, leg broken.

Centralia Enterprise and Tribune, Centralia, WI 17 Jun 1889

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Storm of Great Violence Elsewhere than New Richmond

Hudson, Wis., June 13. .....The storm center seemed to strike the farm buildings of Mr. Spencer and Mrs. Hurd which are a total wreck. Mr. Spencer and family were in the cellar and escaped with slight injuries, but Mrs. Hurd, with a little girl that was stopping with her, was killed. A man named Neige from Deer Park, who drove in for the storm to pass, was also killed. Dead horses and stock are to be seen everywhere in the line of the storm.

The number of people killed between Hudson and New Richmond is estimated at eight.

The Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln, NE, 14 Jun 1899