Widespread damage, no injuries reported in Carroll County after severe storm
15 Dec 2021
As of Thursday at approximately 8:45 a.m., no injuries have been reported in Carroll County after a severe storm system swept through Iowa Wednesday night.
Carroll County Sheriff Ken Pingrey said there is widespread damage in both the North and South of Carroll County, which includes structural damage, tree damage and downed power lines.
Pingrey said the only major damage they witnessed in the county was between Noble Avenue and Robin Avenue. The department reported roofs off of buildings and campers blown over.
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