Damage reports in the Tri-State from Wednesday night's storms - Tri-State News, Weather & Sports

Damage reports in the Tri-State from Wednesday night's storms

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Strong thunderstorms rolled through the Tri-State on Wednesday night causing significant damage.

DAMAGE REPORTS::

Haubstadt, IN
**A State of Emergency has been declared in Haubstadt**
- Roof was blown off an apartment complex
- A former car dealership lost its roof
- On Weber Drive, a garage was demolished by the storm.  The resident made it out safely.
- At the little league park, bleachers were tossed into the fence.
- Many roads blocked in town until crews can remove the lines

Evansville/Vanderburgh Co:
-Trees down near the west side, including St. Joe and Claremont
-Power lines are also down on the north and west side of Evansville
-A viewer called in saying a tree had fallen on her roof on Harmony Way
-The RR arms are broken on Mill Road and Kratzville Road
-Overturned semi in front of the Women's Hospital
-Near Central High School, power lines are flicking after catching on fire
-Reports of trees down on Harmony Way
-Trees on power lines near Petersburg Rd in Vanderburgh Co
-Trees down in Garvin Park
-Trees down on Koring Road between New Harmony Road and Upper Mt. Vernon
-Trees down on Delaware Street, west of St. Joe Avenue
-Large tree into house on 62 Oak Meadow
-1755 S. Fairlawn, power lines fell into a tree in the backyard, tree was on fire
-Sign/billboard blowing in the parking lot of Washington Sq Mall
-Tree down past Orchard Road heading north on St. Joe
-West Delaware street lights leaning towards homes
-Large tree laying on power lines at the entrance to the Vanderburgh CO 4H Center
-Barn down in Vanderburgh Co
-At the Mill Creek Estates in Evansville on Mill Road, damage to mobile homes, carports are gone, and trees are uprooted
-Daylight Farms & Supply - half of roof is gone
-Azimuth Custom Extrusions near Lynch Road, silos are gone and telephone poles are down
- Trees and power lines down at 12th and Columbia
- Trees down on Delaware St., west of St. Joe
- Tree fell on Haven Drive, hitting a car

Newburgh:
-Trees down near the Newburgh Walmart
-Knob Hill Mobile Home Park, parts of homes are missing, power lines are down, trees are down

Dubois County:
- Three mobile homes are severely damaged on Second Avenue in Huntingburg
- The roof of a gas station blew off in Huntingburg

Warrick County:
-Power out in Chandler, Indiana
-Tree fell on a house, injuring one
-On First Street in Boonville, a large oak tree is on a house, but the homeowner made it out safely.

Henderson County, KY:
-A viewer called in saying the roof of her trailer had blown off
-The storm knocked out power on the Henderson strip

Daviess Co, KY
-Tree down on a car
- Tree hit man & his house on Daviess Street
-Windy Hollow campground trailer smashed by a tree

Clay city, KY
-A brick building has been destroyed. Some bricks from that building landed on roof of a house.

*If you have damage to share, email us at newsdesk@14wfie.com.  Send pictures if you have them*

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