2153 Indianapolis, Indiana tornado
EF4 tornado
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Date September 14, 2153
Times 2205 - 2243 CST
Touchdown location Outside Indianapolis, Indiana
Injuries 34
Fatalities 7
Damage $4.67 billion
Areas affected In and around Indianapolis, Indiana
Part of the
2153 tornado season

The 2153 Indianapolis, Indiana tornado was an EF4 tornado that was estimated to have peaked with 185 mph winds whilst on the ground. It caused extensive ground scouring along its path, spending more than 65% of its lifecycle at peak intensity, ravaging the city of Indianapolis, Indiana, causing 34 injuries, and killing 7 people in the process. In addition, it became one of the costliest tornadoes on record, causing $4.67 billion in damages during its path length.