CLEVELAND — Severe weather ripped through parts of Northeast Ohio Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning.
Residents are waking up to scenes like this in Medina. Winds around 60-70 mph knocked these trees onto this home.
Residents are waking up to scenes like this in Medina. 60-70 MPH winds knocked these trees onto this home. A neighbor says the family is okay and staying with a friend.— Jon Rudder (@JonRudder) April 8, 2020
The homes are right next to railroad tracks. One woman said “that was the loudest thing I’ve ever heard.” pic.twitter.com/uqm7oxU2sk
The video below shows a comprehensive look at the damage left behind.
In Medina County, the storm uprooted trees in front of houses and caused downed power lines.
A News 5 viewer in Canal Fulton captured quarter-sized hail after last night's thunderstorms.
Residents in Avon also witnessed hail ranging in pea-size or marble size.
Debris and trees fell on cars as wind speeds reached up to 60 mph.
Tree branches blocked some roads in Medina County.
News 5 overnight News Tracker captured this video below up downed trees in front of the Greensburg United Methodist Church on Greensburg Road in the City of Green.
Wicked winds flipped over a trampoline in Medina.
On Wisteria Drive in Barberton, a tree fell down on a house. When it fell it tore a gasline out of the ground and caused a gas leak. Dominion on scene fixing the line now. The gas is currently shut off.
Daylight pictures show more of the extensive damage left behind in Medina County.
An abandoned CVS building in Medina also sustained some damage.
On Great Smokey Circle in Medina Township, residents reported several downed trees.
Siding ripped off some houses and others reported shingle damage.
Truck trailer blew over in Medina Square. Photo by Jason Yonkers.
At her parents family farm on Tyro Street in Canton, Ohio, Julie Synder took pcitures of the damage left behind.
The farm was named "Spruce Haven" by her grandfather when he built the farm, one of the 70+ year old, 57-foot spruce trees that was uprooted by last night's damage.
Additional storm damage was documented in Barberton by News 5 viewer Andrew Augustynovich.
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