“We had to come down Osborne Road,” Oliver said. “Trees everywhere.”
Oliver was grateful no one was hurt.
“Thank God for that … We were very blessed not to have no one killed,” she said. Oliver has been living in Park Layne since 1974 when her parents moved to the area from Kentucky.
“This is home to me,” Oliver said.
UPDATE @ 10 a.m.
The Miami County Sheriff’s Office was out in the area till 1:30 a.m. assessing the damaging, according to sheriff’s office officials at the news conference. Deputies were looking for people that may have been homeless. They transported people that may have lost their homes.
Someone was trapped inside Family Dollar bathroom and had to be rescued.
There were two tornadoes that struck the area. The township is waiting on confirmation from the National Weather Service.
The Churchill Manor apartment complex, located behind the Sunoco station, has been partially evacuated due to storm damage. Firefighters said occupants of two of the three buildings in the complex will be displaced. One building is missing its roof, while the second roof was leaking.