TRAFALGAR, Ind. (WISH) - Wednesday evening services were not disrupted at Community Church of Trafalgar after hail broke several windows.
Pastor Jon Lucas told 24-Hour News 8 he was driving to the church from Greenwood when he saw the storm headed towards Trafalgar.
"Well, I could see it from way up north. I was coming from Greenwood and I knew I was coming in to some weather and when I got here, actually this was all covered in hail and we had people around pretty quickly to help us with the windows to kind of get them covered up."
Lucas said when he arrived at the church, members of the congregation were rushing inside the church to take cover from the storm.
Once inside, the hail started falling, hitting several windows and shattering two of them.
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Several windows are now covered up at the front of the church after hail shattered them. Blue tarps cover the broken windows and several other windows have cracks.
However, services went on as scheduled this evening.
Johnson County officials say State Road 135 is shut down between Morgantown and Trafalgar due to power lines down.
County officials say it will take some time to get the roads cleaned up.
Daniel Miller will have the story coming up at 10 p.m. on WNDY and 11 p.m on WISH TV.
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