Indiana Tornado Knocks Trees Into Homes, Garages

Wednesday, July 15th, 2015 Property

Rooftops are covered with tarps, hundreds are without power and trees are still down on homes and power lines after a tornado passed through southern Johnson County. About 10 homes had trees in or through them in Prince’s Lakes after the storm passed through about 3:30 a.m. Sunday, with some homes livable and others needing to be inspected before residents could return. After the storm passed, neighbors, firefighters and police officers worked to clear streets and remove trees from homes. The National Weather Service toured the area, and said an EF-0 tornado passed through.

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