Possible tornado causes damage in northern Trempealeau County
STRUM, Wis. (WKBT)- People living in northern Trempealeau Co. near Strum were cleaning-up Monday night after a possible tornado touched down.
Severe weather moved through the area around 6:00 p.m. with First Alert Chief Meteorologist Bill Graul warning of a radar-indicated tornado on the ground.
Some of the damage happened along County Rd. D.
The storm took out Mike Conner’s pole shed. Their home sustained minor damage.
He and his wife were just thankful no one was hurt.
“We came down, the volunteer fire department was already here, awesome group of people already doing work, they been good for years and years and had a lot of suggestions. We didn’t know a thing about what to do with this kind of mess so they were very helpful in giving us directions on things we can do. We’ve got insurance, no one is hurt, it’s obviously going to be a lot of work, but I think things will be OK somewhere down the road,” said Conner.
There were also reports of a trees and power lines down, and a semi that was blown over.
The National Weather Service is planning a preliminary storm survey of the area for Tuesday morning.
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