High winds hit Plymouth
PLYMOUTH, Ind. -- Sergeant Larry Snyder of the Marshall County Sheriff's Department says that the high winds have caused power lines and trees to fall into the streets and drivers need to be aware.
Across the Plymouth area is scattered debris, and outdoor items have blown all over people's homes.
Residents in the area say their power is completely out at this time.
Police ask that drivers be very careful on dark roads. There are many trees that have fallen across roadways and power lines are down throughout the county.
Residents say that their power started flickering about 3 Sunday afternoon, when the winds started to pick up.