Cleveland Weather

October 26, 2010 by USA Post 

Cleveland Weather, (AP) – An emergency official in the western Ohio says it’s hard to believe no one was injured in a village where high winds damaged about 25 houses.

Several houses were a total loss in the village of Cridersville (KRY’-Durza-VII) just south of Lima (LY’-muh).

The power is throughout the village of about 1,800 people.

Auglaize (AW’-glayz) County Emergency Director Troy Anderson said he is waiting for the National Weather Service to determine if it was a tornado that struck the village on Tuesday.

The weather service has confirmed that a tornado touched down low in the western Ohio near the state line in Indiana.

The tornado in Van Wert County ripped the roof off a house; a barn was flattened and knocked over a tractor-trailer and a camper near the village of Convoy.

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