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In addition, multiple tree branches fell in Deeds Park in Dayton, blocking making the road impassable. There also were no injuries reported.
The Miami Valley has been under several severe weather watches Friday afternoon. The heavy rainfall and lightening strikes are responsible for flooding and two structural fires in the area, officials said.
Early Friday afternoon, lightening struck an apartment building in the 1600 block of Seabreeze Court in Washington Twp. A second alarm was requested as firefighters worked to retain the fire to the roof of the building.
A second working fire at a single family home in Beavercreek was reported just after 3 p.m. Fire crews worked quickly to put the fire out, and no one was injured.
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There was minor damage to the home, and the family will continue to live there, firefighter said.
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Fires aside, there’s been some flooding under a bridge on Third and Webster streets in Dayton. The flood is causing motorists to drive cautiously, but cars are not stranded.
We will continue to bring you the latest damages reports in the area as we get them.