Hurricane Dorian sparks massive waterspout in North Carolina

Hurricane Dorian sparks massive waterspout in North Carolina
New video captures the moment a massive waterspout — spun off from Hurricane Dorian — touched down in North Carolina.

The clip, posted to Facebook by Melinda Taylor Findell, shows the ominous gray mass moving quickly across a lake, propelled by the wind.

"That's big enough that would tear something up," someone can be heard saying in the video.

The town of Emerald Isle confirmed on its website that a water spout, or a tornado that forms of water, touched down in the area shortly after 9 a.m. Thursday. Boardwalk RV park suffered the most severe damage, and no injuries were reported, the town confirmed.