A look at damage in Erie County where a tornado touched down

Cheryl Sanders
November 6, 2017

About 100 people were rescued who were playing bingo in the social hall at the fire department.

The National Weather Service has confirmed that a tornado did touch down in Erie County on Sunday.

There were no reports of any injuries in the Salem storms.

This area of Brown County along with a portion of Clinton County was under a tornado warning at the time.

Jay County was one of the hardest hit with the sheriff's office reporting that a possible tornado destroyed multiple homes and damaged several others.

The other tornadoes in OH touched down in Ashland, Crawford, Sandusky and Erie counties.

Another confirmed tornado touched down in Muncie.

NWS said the three Salem tornadoes were likely from the same storm. Scuba divers found the men's bodies.

The NWS surveys continue in southern in on Monday afternoon.

Six people were hurt at a restaurant in Celina (suh-LEYE'-nuh) in western OH where the winds also tore the roof off a factory. Cleveland.com reports some schools canceled classes Monday as utilities were still working to restore power for tens of thousands of customers in that region.

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