MORE: Strong storms still possible this afternoon, evening
The damage to the building has to stay put until his insurance company comes out to assess the damages, which isn’t expected to happen until Tuesday, according to the homeowner.
Strong storms in the past 24 hours knocked power out to more than 20,000 DP&L customers. All but about 600 have been restored as of Saturday morning, according to a DP&L spokesperson.
In Clark County, 451 First Energy customers remain without power.
About 37 DP&L customers in Huber Heights were among the last remaining outages Saturday. Those living near the 6900 block of Shellcross Drive are seeing A DP&L crew working to replace the utility pole.
Debris from a large tree that came down is strewn about the backyard of the home where it came down.
Barring any more severe weather today, DP&L expects to restore power to those customers, and hundreds of others in Montgomery County, by this evening.
RAW: Tree down in Huber Heights