A line of severe storms moved through the region overnight knocking out power to thousands and causing damage across the area. The National Weather Service has confirmed an EF0 tornado was responsible for damage in Miami County, and an EF1 tornado was responsible for damage in Vandalia.
Here is a list of damage reports:
-Jay's drive-thru was destoyed due to high winds between 11:30 p.m. and midnight.
-The Englewood Public Works building had a portion of its roof blown off and a garage door at the business was blown in.
-The Englewood Fire Training Center had several entry doors damages and a flag pole snapped in half due to the high winds.
-Several large trees were down across neighborhoods, including on Porter Drive.
-Large trees were reportedly down in the area of Dellwood Avenue and around the high school, according to Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist Jamie Simpson.
-Trees were also down in the area of Greenmount Boulevard.
- A resident on Spirea Drive woke up to find their vehicle had been crushed by a fallen tree.
-A large tree was down and damaged part of a garage and home on the corner of Pleasant Valley Avenue and Rohrer Boulevard.
-Signs were reportedly damaged in the area of Wilmington Avenue near Patterson Road.
-A tree fell on a house on Wilmington Pike.
In Miami County:
-A barn collapsed and a second barn was damaged, along with two vehicles on North Lena-Palestine Road near Lena in the northeast portion of the county.
-Large trees were reportedly down throughout the city, with several trees blocking Maiden Lane.
-A fire inside the attic of a home on Penbrook Drive was reportedly due to the storms that moved through, firefighters said.
In Clark County:
-Emergency crews shut down West National Road in the 3600 block after power lines were brought down.
- Crews responded to 10 reports of lines and trees down that were weather related.