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WSAZ | West Virginia, Kentucky, & Ohio | Weather

SEVERE WEATHER: Damage Reported in Region, Sign Crushes Cars

By: WSAZ First Warning Weather Team Email
By: WSAZ First Warning Weather Team Email

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- A severe line of storms sweeping across the WSAZ viewing area has produced several reports of damage.

A Shoney's sign was toppled by the strong winds in Logan just before 6:00 Friday night. Several cars were crushed by the falling sign.

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The first photo above was sent in by Jonathan Click from Logan, WV. Amber Gore e-mailed in the rest of the pictures.

We have also received pictures of a toppled Taco Bell sign in Logan.

In Pike County, Kentucky, dispatchers tell WSAZ.com that U.S. 23 was closed for several hours near the Wal-Mart in Pikeville due to downed power lines. The highway reopened about an hour ago.

So far, we haven't gotten any reports of injuries due to this severe weather.

If you have taken any severe weather pictures and you'd like to share them with use, e-mail them to pix@wsaz.com. Please only send us 2 to 3 of your best pictures.


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