The vicious weather which swept through the Buckeye state Sunday evening may have included a tornado, according to preliminary reports from the National Weather Service.
In addition, some parts of the state reported straight line winds and gusts of up to 75 mph. High winds and heavy rains joined to cause downed trees, power outages and property damage.
About 100,000 customers were without power overnight. Most were in northern and central Ohio.
The Ohio Insurance Institute said people should rest assured that most of the damages caused by Sunday’s storm will be covered by home, auto, business and renters insurance policies.
For tips of filing an insurance claim, you can get help from the Ohio Insurance Institute by clicking here.
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