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Tri-State recovering from damage left by severe storms

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A severe storm that ripped through the Tri-State and caused Tornado Warnings in the region caused a lot of damage in the FOX19 NOW viewing area.

The storm traveled through the Tri-State at about 65 mph. As of 9:18 p.m. Wednesday night, Duke Energy reported over 7,600 power outages in the area.

The system brought major damage to Pendleton Co, including a mobile home blown down a hillside in Butler, Ky.

There were reports of trees down on SR-229 and Weatherman Road in Franklin County. The National Weather Service also reported numerous trees down four miles west-southwest of Lebanon in Warren County. 

A barn was blown over near Lanes End Road in Campbell Co., according to NWS. 

As of 9 p.m., Brown County officials reported minor tree limbs down and power outages. 

The Bethel Church on Hwy 17 also suffered severe damage in last night's storm, according to a witness. 

The first batch of storms rolled through the Tri-State around 6 p.m. Wednesday evening. A second line of storms hit the region around 8 p.m. 

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