NWS: Tornado Touched Down in Lawrence County

NWS: Tornado Touched Down in Lawrence County

The NWS says they are continuing to investigate the area where the tornadoes touched down. Gaping holes could be seen in the concrete walls and roof of a factory that makes heavy equipment. There limited reports of wind damage throughout the area.

Emergency officials suspect tornadoes and straight-line winds left behind a trail of damage Sunday that started in IN and continued through OH and into Pennsylvania.

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A round of severe storms battered parts of IN and Ohio Sunday, causing structural damage and churning up possible tornadoes. The second area of rotation developed in eastern Seneca County and moved east towards the Norwalk area between 5:00pm to 5:30pm on Sunday.

There were no reports of any injuries in the Salem storms. Cleveland.com reports some schools canceled classes Monday as utilities were still working to restore power for tens of thousands of customers in that region.

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Local communities are still assessing the damage after the tornadoes that rolled through Celina and Wabash, some finding they were luckier than others.

Erie Fire Chief Guy Santone says there was eight feet of water inside the house when firefighters arrived Sunday night. The names of the victims have not yet been released.

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Mercer County officials say six people were hurt when a restaurant in Celina (suh-LEYE'-nuh) was damaged during Sunday's storms.

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