Weather Columbus Ohio
August 4, 2010 by USA Post
Weather Columbus Ohio, [WKYC-TV] CLEVELAND – The strong winds downed trees, overturned and sank semifinals poultry farm near Columbus Wednesday afternoon.
The National Weather Service reported about 70 mph gusts of wind throughout the Columbus area with a line of severe storms that moved through the southern part of the state.
WCMH-TV is reporting at least two people have died after three buildings collapsed at a poultry farm in Licking County with several people trapped.
Ohio Department of Agriculture spokesman Bill Schwaderer of the Associated Press account of the farm near Croton, northeast of Columbus, collapsed shortly after 14:00, killing two construction workers who were laying blocks concrete at the time of the storm.
At least 15 other workers were believed trapped under the rubble.
Reports of two semi trucks being blown down were received by the U.S. National Weather Service 23, near a silo of Delaware and was demolished in Auglaize County.
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