Tornado warnings. High winds. Floods. First responders had a busy night across Northeast Ohio on Sunday.
Portage, Stark and Summit counties were all under a tornado warning beginning at 6:30 p.m. The warnings were issued until 7:15 p.m.
Amazon sorting facility damaged
According to police: At approximately 6:30 p.m. high winds caused damage to the roof of the Amazon Sorting Facility in Twinsburg. Debris from the roof fell into the warehouse, causing minor injuries to two employees. The facility was evacuated and emergency crews were called to the scene.
Car flipped over
Around 6:45 pm, reports of a car flipped over on Manchester Road in Coventry Township (south of Akron) were confirmed by the Summit County Sheriff’s Office and, eventually, by News 5 viewers.
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