Emergency Officials Survey Damage From Friday Night Tornado Reports in Washington County
WASHINGTON COUNTY - (March 19, 2022) - Washington County Sheriff Brent Miller and Emergency Management Director Desi Alexander have been out surveying the damage from yesterday’s storm.
(Photo taken by resident near Hardinsburg, Indiana)
"We have no reported injuries but we do have at least a couple of damaged homes, a barn, lots of trees damaged and a couple of businesses damaged in Salem.
Photos courtesy of Washington County Sheriffs Department
The hardest hit area was a farm located at the end of West Wilson Lane, where a home and barn were damaged. Another home and a wooded area were damaged at the intersection of Fort Hill Road and Mill Creek Road," according to Sheriff Miller.
There were trees damaged in several locations including the areas of Orchard Road and the Naugle Subdivision.
The Lincks Clothing and Shoes building received roof damage as well as the building next to Lincks.
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The National Weather Service will be in the area later today or tomorrow to survey the damage as well.
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