Hundreds of homes suffered “extensive damage” after a tornado-warned storm brought powerful winds to southern Ohio on July 6, a local official told Fox19.
Goshen Township Administrator Stephen Pegram said most of the damage was from fallen trees landing on homes and roofs being blown off.
The National Weather Service had issued a tornado warning and multiple severe thunderstorms warnings for parts of Clemont County ahead of the storm.
The service said radar indicated a tornado in the north of the county. Credit: JB Woodruff via Storyful