DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — Emergency crews are going door-to-door checking homes in Indiana after damaging storms spawned apparent tornadoes in the state and in Ohio.
Madison County Emergency Management spokesman Todd Harmeson says least 75 homes were damaged in Pendleton and the nearby community of Huntsville.
No serious injuries were reported in the area or other parts of the state where possible tornadoes hit Monday night.
Madison County authorities say roads in Pendleton, about 35 miles northeast of Indianapolis, are blocked with trees, downed power lines and utility poles.
Pendleton High School is open as a shelter.
The National Weather Service says a survey team will investigate damage in Madison County and possibly in Henry County.
Another team may survey damage in Tippecanoe County.
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