Storms on Tuesday knocked out power and downed trees. Here’s a list of storm damage reports:
On Interstate 480 westbound on the Valley View Bridge, a few highway signs were knocked over by high winds. In the same area, a crash closed the interstate, but it is not known if weather is a factor.
More than 12,000 FirstEnergy customers are without power in Cuyahoga County. Most of the outages are in Cleveland, Lakewood, Maple Heights, Parma and Westlake.
In Westlake, a tree fell into the roadway on Bradley Road just south of Interstate 90. Westlake police said Bradley Road closed between Clemens and Detroit due to power lines down.
Viewers reported to NewsChannel5 that a tree is down at West 114th Street and Clifton Boulevard in Cleveland. Nearby in Lakewood, at Clifton and Cove, a tree is down. Traffic lights are out on Clifton from Cove to Warren. Clifton in closed at Thoreau Road for downed trees.
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LOCAL NEWS: Thousands Without Power In Cuyahoga And Lorain Counties was originally published on praisecleveland.com
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