Thousands lose power after storms, high winds rake Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Storms packing high winds, hail and possible tornadoes have swept across Indiana, leaving thousands of power customers without service.

Indiana utilities reported more than 27,000 customers without service Thursday evening.

The National Weather Service issued several tornado warnings, mostly in southern Indiana, but none were immediately confirmed.

The weather service recorded a 60 mph wind gust at Indianapolis International Airport.

It says damage from the storms included the roof ripped off a mobile home in Speedway and downed trees and power lines in various locations.

No injuries were immediately reported.

Associated Press

Associated Press

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