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Celina mayor describes storm damage as ‘tremendous’

UPDATE @ 5:21 p.m.

The mayor of Celina says eight people were injured; all believed to be non-life threatening.

Watch as the mayor gives updates to News Center 7’s Sean Cudahy.

>> 8 injured in Celina, roofs blown off business following tornado reports

“I’ve seen a lot of hard hit areas with storms, even as far as having relatives down in the hurricanes,” Mayor Jeffrey Hazel said.  “I can say this is pretty tremendous damage in this area.”

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“We will have crews out all night for as long as it takes to get everything back up and running,” Hazel said.

Strong winds in Celina where tornado was reported

EARLIER REPORT

A tornado watch remains in effect until 7 p.m. tonight, Nov. 5. A tornado was reported in Mercer County today. 

News Center 7’s Sean Cudahy is on the way to C-Town Wings on Havemann Road for reports of heavy damages and possibly two people injured. 

Emergency officials near the scene said power lines are down and live. Traffic is significantly backed up in the area of 29 East and Havemann Road.

We’ll update this report.

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