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Wicked Weather

A storm system that left behind a trail of destruction in the Midwest made its way to the East Coast Thursday Night.

The severe weather sent debris flying and caused extensive damage.

Fox News Senior Correspondent Mike Tobin has more.

The clean up begins on the East Coast. After severe weather damaged homes and prompted tornado warnings Thursday Night. The storms knocking out power for thousands of people in New Jersey, Virginia,
and Pennsylvania.

Much of the damage was seen just North of the Philadelphia region, in Bucks County where multiple tornadoes touched down within a little over one hour.
The strong winds tore through a mobile home park and a car dealership ripping off roofs and flipping over vehicles.

At least six people were hurt but none suffered life threatening injuries. Officials say it’s some of the worst damage they’ve seen in years

“I can only hope that this is it for us for a while. And we’re going to get a break and get a moment’s pause here and catch our breath and get things back together for us.”

The storms came from the same system that brought tornadoes and high winds to Wisconsin and Illinois early Thursday.

The National Weather Service confirmed at least four tornadoes touched down in Southeast Wisconsin. The strong winds leaving some 90 thousand people without power and causing extensive damage to homes and businesses.

“There’s roofs missing, barns down, and some houses only have, I guess two sides to them it’s that bad.”

“We have a 10 by 14, I think, garden shed and it is literally gone, it picked up and just shattered all over the yard.”

Wisconsin’s governor declared a state of emergency on Thursday, to provide additional resources for the clean up.

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