Nov. 28 - Twenty people are injured when a tornado hit the ILVA steel plant in southern Italy. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: A violent storm hit a troubled ILVA steel plant in southern Italy on Wednesday, injuring around 20 workers, leaving one missing and adding to disruption at the huge site, which is already caught up in a widening pollution scandal. The tornado rolled off the sea and hit the port city of Taranto, bringing down a chimney stack and damaging a warehouse and lighthouse at the factory's docks, the company said in a statement. Video shot by university student Daniele Carbotti with his mobile phone from the balcony of his house shows the progress of the tornado and a bright explosion at its passage.