A major Pfizer pharmaceutical plant in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, sustained significant damage on Wednesday night from a massive tornado.

Teams from the National Weather Service are evaluating the damage caused by a tornado that touched down in North Carolina on Wednesday.

Just before 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, the National Weather Service issued a Tornado Warning for the North Carolina counties of Nash, Edgecombe, and Halifax. The tornado warning was radar indicated at the time. Police reported seeing a tornado on the ground minutes later, according to the NWS.

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The storm survey team near Rocky Mount, according to the NWS office in Raleigh, discovered damages consistent with an EF-3 tornado.

Despite confirming that a large facility was destroyed by the tornado that ripped through the Rocky Mount region, the pharmaceutical manufacturer Pfizer claimed there were no reports of serious injuries at the plant.

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Nash County Sheriff Keith Stone stated, “I’ve got reports of 50,000 pallets of medicine that are strewn across the facility and damaged through the rain and wind.” The Pfizer plant holds significant amounts of pharmaceuticals that were tossed about by the storm. The sheriff’s office has also confirmed that some residences there have been damaged.

The 250-acre Pfizer complex has a manufacturing area of more than 1.4 million square feet. According to the firm, it is one of the biggest plants of its sort in the entire world.

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Following the storm, two local residents with minor injuries were taken by ambulance, while several more received medical attention, according to the Sheriff’s Office. Jonathan Edwards, a representative for Nash County, told weather.com earlier that “currently we have a triage center up.” The triage center was set up near a mobile home park.