Tornado strikes county


Rowe-Ging Road was closed Thursday while crews repaired about a dozen downed power lines in the path of a tornado that passed over Washington Court House overnight.


Doris and Jim Sturgeon, residents of the Historic Middle School, were taking a walk on Paint Street after they had heard the storm during the night and commented that it was loud.


A tree in a yard on State Route 41 could be seen blown over by the storm Thursday morning.


The home heavily damaged by the storm Thursday morning on U.S. 22 was visited by many officials and media crews, as well as American Red Cross volunteers. The Red Cross will provide shelter, food and other necessities to make sure the family is cared for.


A tree at a home on Allen Road was blown over during the storm and remained throughout the day as Dayton Power and Light crews worked to restore power around the county.


A dump truck full of debris from the storm could be spotted driving down the road Thursday morning.


A garage and a shed toppled over behind a home on U.S. 22 and fell on a dog house, which housed the animal and protected it during the storm.


Dayton Power and Light crews worked on the plethora of downed poles Thursday as about 5 percent of customers remained out of power by the end of the day and would be returned .


Photos courtesy DP&L

New poles were being trucked in to replace those damaged during the storm on Thursday morning.


Photos courtesy DP&L

Rowe-Ging Road was closed Thursday while crews repaired about a dozen downed power lines in the path of a tornado that passed over Washington Court House overnight.

Doris and Jim Sturgeon, residents of the Historic Middle School, were taking a walk on Paint Street after they had heard the storm during the night and commented that it was loud.

A tree in a yard on State Route 41 could be seen blown over by the storm Thursday morning.

The home heavily damaged by the storm Thursday morning on U.S. 22 was visited by many officials and media crews, as well as American Red Cross volunteers. The Red Cross will provide shelter, food and other necessities to make sure the family is cared for.

A tree at a home on Allen Road was blown over during the storm and remained throughout the day as Dayton Power and Light crews worked to restore power around the county.

A dump truck full of debris from the storm could be spotted driving down the road Thursday morning.

A garage and a shed toppled over behind a home on U.S. 22 and fell on a dog house, which housed the animal and protected it during the storm.

Dayton Power and Light crews worked on the plethora of downed poles Thursday as about 5 percent of customers remained out of power by the end of the day and would be returned .

New poles were being trucked in to replace those damaged during the storm on Thursday morning.

Rowe-Ging Road was closed Thursday while crews repaired about a dozen downed power lines in the path of a tornado that passed over Washington Court House overnight.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_20160623_125335.jpgRowe-Ging Road was closed Thursday while crews repaired about a dozen downed power lines in the path of a tornado that passed over Washington Court House overnight.

Doris and Jim Sturgeon, residents of the Historic Middle School, were taking a walk on Paint Street after they had heard the storm during the night and commented that it was loud.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_20160623_120756.jpgDoris and Jim Sturgeon, residents of the Historic Middle School, were taking a walk on Paint Street after they had heard the storm during the night and commented that it was loud.

A tree in a yard on State Route 41 could be seen blown over by the storm Thursday morning.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_20160623_124013.jpgA tree in a yard on State Route 41 could be seen blown over by the storm Thursday morning.

The home heavily damaged by the storm Thursday morning on U.S. 22 was visited by many officials and media crews, as well as American Red Cross volunteers. The Red Cross will provide shelter, food and other necessities to make sure the family is cared for.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_IMG_2611.jpgThe home heavily damaged by the storm Thursday morning on U.S. 22 was visited by many officials and media crews, as well as American Red Cross volunteers. The Red Cross will provide shelter, food and other necessities to make sure the family is cared for.

A tree at a home on Allen Road was blown over during the storm and remained throughout the day as Dayton Power and Light crews worked to restore power around the county.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_RyansDamagePhoto.jpegA tree at a home on Allen Road was blown over during the storm and remained throughout the day as Dayton Power and Light crews worked to restore power around the county.

A dump truck full of debris from the storm could be spotted driving down the road Thursday morning.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_IMG_2598.jpgA dump truck full of debris from the storm could be spotted driving down the road Thursday morning.

A garage and a shed toppled over behind a home on U.S. 22 and fell on a dog house, which housed the animal and protected it during the storm.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_IMG_2614.jpgA garage and a shed toppled over behind a home on U.S. 22 and fell on a dog house, which housed the animal and protected it during the storm.

Dayton Power and Light crews worked on the plethora of downed poles Thursday as about 5 percent of customers remained out of power by the end of the day and would be returned .
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_DSC_0542.jpgDayton Power and Light crews worked on the plethora of downed poles Thursday as about 5 percent of customers remained out of power by the end of the day and would be returned . Photos courtesy DP&L

New poles were being trucked in to replace those damaged during the storm on Thursday morning.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_DSC_0552.jpgNew poles were being trucked in to replace those damaged during the storm on Thursday morning. Photos courtesy DP&L
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