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Emergency Management provides update on damage assessment from Sunday’s storm

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Eagle Lake storm damage
Many trees fell during the high winds, creating hazardous conditions and downed power lines. Several homes received damage. (Photo by David Day)

Warren County Emergency Management has provided an update on the damage assessment from Sunday’s storm.

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Reed Birdsong conducts damage assessment at a home on Bonelli Circle. (Photo by David Day)

According to Warren County Emergency Director John Elfer, a total of 14 properties were damaged.

Eagle Lake storm damage

A branch has fallen onto a roof of an Eagle Lake residence. (Photo by David Day)

One home was a total loss, three sustained major damage, six had minor damage and the remainder were affected by the storm at Eagle Lake.

The south end of the trailer,Mackenzie was under all that. Photo by David Day

The south end of the trailer, where Mackenzie Milburn was trapped. Photo by David Day

One injury was reported, Makenzie Milburn. Milburn was trapped within her home after a tree collapsed and trapped her in the debris. Emergency crews worked for over an hour to pull her safely from the structure.

Mackenzie was trapped above the flap of floor that was cut loose. Photo by David Day

Mackenzie was trapped above the flap of floor that was cut loose. Photo by David Day

In addition, two business reported damage as well. A business at MLK and Openwood and the Scottish Inn reported damage.

 

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