CELINA, Ohio- At least eight people have been injured after a possible squall smacked a small Ohio city.
Mercer County officials suppose six parties were hurt when a restaurant in Celina( suh-LEYE’-nuh) was injury during Sunday’s tornadoes. One person was disabled at another business, and one was hurt in a automobile accident after a utility spar fell. The hurts weren’t thought of as life-threatening.
WHIO-TV reports that fellow farmers helped a family rescue practically 400 kine from a dropped barn near Padua.
The National Weather Service plans to review damage to confirm whether one or more twisters struck the area.
The blizzards wiped northeast toward Akron and Cleveland. Cleveland.com reports some institutions canceled first-class Monday as utilities were still working to restore supremacy for tens of thousands of clients in that region.