Severe storms cause damage throughout Tri-State area - Cincinnati News, FOX19-WXIX TV

Severe storms cause damage throughout Tri-State area

Damaged house on Leeka Road in Clinton County (Source: Chris Waldmann, FOX19 NOW) Damaged house on Leeka Road in Clinton County (Source: Chris Waldmann, FOX19 NOW)
Highland County storm damage (Source: Jeremy Miller) Highland County storm damage (Source: Jeremy Miller)
Highland County storm damage (Source: Jeremy Miller) Highland County storm damage (Source: Jeremy Miller)
Greenfield, Ohio (Source: Amber McMurry) Greenfield, Ohio (Source: Amber McMurry)
Bent power line on Vannest Avenue in Middletown (Source: Dave Taulbee) Bent power line on Vannest Avenue in Middletown (Source: Dave Taulbee)
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Severe storms caused damage to houses, downed power lines and trees, and high water throughout counties in the northern part of the Tri-State Friday.

Clinton County dispatch says that they had several downed power lines and trees around the area, and a sink hole was formed on Ireland Road. High water caused State Route 73 to be closed between State Route 350 and New Vienna Road until further notice. 

The powerful also storm ripped the front wall off a home in 10100 block of Leeka Road.

In Highland County, there were reports of trees and downed lines.  Highland County dispatch says most of the damage was on Peterson Road. 

High water and downed trees were reported in the Catalina Trailer Park near Trenton in Butler County. High water was also reported on Trenton-Franklin Road near Route 4, but EMA says the water has gone down.

No injuries were reported due to the storms.

FOX19 NOW will continue to follow developments on weather damage throughout the Tri-State.

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