Clean-up begins after storms knockout power, cause damage in NW Ohio

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The clean-up begins Monday morning as thousands of residents are left without power after heavy winds amid tornado warnings caused damage in northwest Ohio.

Several tornado warnings and thunderstorm warnings were issued as the storm moved quickly to eastern counties into the late Sunday evening.

Thunderstorms with winds up to 70 mph were reported; some winds measured as high as 85 mph in some areas.

Two people went to the hospital for minor injuries after their house suffered damage in Jerry City, a city about 10 miles southeast of Bowling Green. Wood County Director of Emergency Management Brad Gilbert said their house had extensive damage to the structure of the house.

Storms toppled the main screen at sundance theater kid-drive in in Oregon.

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Trees and power lines were down throughout Henry County. Roofs had been blown off including the "Circle K" gas station at SR 795 and Oregon Road in Perrysburg Township.

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Crews urge the public to report any fallen power lines and avoid the area as they make repairs.

Officers are also warning residents to treat intersections as a four-way stop for traffic signals that are not working.

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