Storm Makes Way Through Southeast Michigan

DETROIT (WWJ) – A series of storms made their way through southeast Michigan Tuesday night:

In Shiawassee County:

Reports of trees down and a report of a tornado touching down in the town of Perry. Several homes were damaged in Goodrich, near the high school. And there’s an apparent power failure at the high school.

A motorist reportedly was trapped in a car.

In Fenton, severe damage to a garage, house, and a barn.

In Genesee County:

Numerous trees were sheered off in northern Flint.

Power outages along Dort Highway from I-475 to Stanley, in the Byron area.

A barn apparently collapsed on Torrey Road, between Baldwin and Ray Roads.

There was a report of a tornado on the East side of Grand Blanc.

For the lastest from the roads, stay with WWJ Newsradio 950 for Traffic and Weather on the 8s, 24-hours a day. Sign up for Weather Alerts by Texting FORECAST to 95001 and receive a once daily weather report.

 

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