Around 12:45 Thursday afternoon Reese said he was in his kitchen as a severe storm approached. He looked out and saw stuff flying everywhere. High winds began ripping off roofs and anything in the yard ended up in someones else yard or his fields. About 500 feet from Reese's kitchen a semi-tractor trailer truck got pushed right off the road and landed on it's side.
One of Reese's cows was severely injured and had to be put down. "It looks like she was picked up and thrown through the fence," he said. The driver of the truck was taken to the hospital to be checked out but was ok. No other people were reported injured.
But there was severe damage done to the barns, a garage was leveled and several houses had damage.
"I haven't heard of anyone getting hurt," she said. And because of that she added, "I think there are a lot of grateful [people] tonight."