Indianapolis—A round of severe storms rolled through Central Indiana Monday during the early evening hours. Shortly after the storms hit around 5 p.m., the damage reports started coming in.
At the height of the storm, Indianapolis Power and Light reported more than 4,700 customers without power. Duke Energy also reported several outages. In Johnson County, more than 3,000 were in the dark. Monroe County saw the most customers without power, more than 11,000.
A poultry barn in Jackson County, near Cortland, was destroyed. An unconfirmed tornado touchdown may have caused the damage there.
Downed trees and power lines littered lawns and made some roads impassable. Multiple trees were reported down in Montgomery County, on County Road 625 East south of State Road 47 near Darlington, Indiana.
Thanks to Fox59 Facebook fan Jason Watts for the photo attached to this story of the storm over Camby, Indiana.