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Typically at the northern edge of excessive heat in the summer months, you'll find severe thunderstorms. Friday into Saturday is no different. Tonight we saw a line of thunderstorms move through the Ohio River Valley through the mid-Atlantic states, causing power outages, downed trees, and other storm damage. Reports of tornadoes are still being investigated. To view photos of Friday evening's storm damage,
About 15 people were trapped in their vehicles after at least 16 electric poles fell onto vehicles and Hamilton Road south of state Route 161 and north of Thompson Road. They were all safely rescued from their vehicles just before 10 p.m. Friday.
My concern is that no one is talking about as of yet that a lot these people wont have power but will be affected by extreme heat around 100 degrees for the next few days as well....