A tornado struck Mapleton, a town in western Iowa, destroying 20 percent of the town, the Star Tribune reported.
Twelve to 15 blocks were destroyed in the southwestern area of the town, according to the Pioneer Press.
Twelve to 15 blocks were destroyed in the southwestern area of the town.
The tornado hit at 7:20 p.m. on Saturday.
It had wind speeds from 105 to 135 mph, Monona County Sheriff Jeff Pratt said.
Homes and buildings were destroyed and power lines went down.