Kosciusko county deals with aftermath of strong winds

Kosciusko County was one of the hardest hit areas during Wednesday night and Thursday morning's storms.

Ed Rock, the county director of emergency management, spoke with ABC 57's Brandon Pope about the challenges they face with clean up.

Rock says most of the damage was limited to fallen trees or branches on roads. 

The biggest incident happened in Claypool. A woman walked out of her home to find a tree uprooted and downed on her property and her granddaughter's RV swept from the strong winds.

The National Weather Service completed a survey of the damage in Kosciusko County and determined there was no tornado damage, just some wind damage.

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