Storm Damage Update

A dairy farm located on State Road 111 in Paulding County suffers extensive damage in Thursday’s storms. Officials tell reporters farm hands were milking cows when the roof of one of the buildings was blown off. Debris from the roof struck some cattle, although they weren’t seriously hurt. The National Weather Service is in the process of determining whether a tornado or straight line winds caused the damage. The storm also downed power lines caused a semi to overturn on State Route 637, near Grover Hill. The driver was injured and taken to a hospital in Van Wert.

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