Crews are cleaning up damage in Worcester after a storm struck it and surrounding areas on Sunday night (08/31).
The damage occurred during a tornado warning for Worcester and Middlesex counties that began around 8 p.m. and ended before 9 p.m. There have not been any reports of a confirmed tornado, but National Weather Service investigators will determine whether a tornado struck the area.
In the Grafton Hill neighborhood, a tree fell on a home on Pilgrim Avenue and some power outages were reported. Worcester resident Amanda Addison told WBZ-TV a tree fell on her car.
“I have no idea what I am gonna do for work, to get to work on Tuesday,” she said.
Also, residents told WBZ-TV the storm sounded like a freight train.
Residents are urged to stay away from downed electricity lines and flooded areas.
No injuries have been reported.
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