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Storms Hit Coshocton County

COSHOCTON -- More than 5,000 customers were without power after powerful winds and heavy rain barreled through the county Tuesday night.

The fire chief with Jackson Twp., which is in the south-central part of the county was out surveying the damage.

Chief Bill Bowen says the storm came quickly.

"It knocked a lot of trees and limbs onto power lines.  Many businesses had to close early for night," he said.

In downtown Coshocton, the wind blew and toppled several trees on Courthouse Square.

Dean Miller was driving with his grandpa.  He says the storm was so strong it felt like a tornado.

"The rain came down so hard and fast, it was like bullets, that's the best way to describe it," he said.

Power Crews are out repairing the downed power lines at the time of this report.
Reporter:  Maria Durant
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