NEW MIDDLETOWN, Ind. (WISH) – Storms on Friday afternoon in southern Harrison County damaged about 20 homes, Indiana State Police said.
The damage ranged from minor to moderate damage, a news release from police said. There were no deaths and only one minor injury to a New Middletown Volunteer Fire Department member.
August Veron, a resident of rural Corydon, shared video of the New Middletown tornado as it moved across farmland in the area.
The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for the area about 2:20 p.m.
Tornado warnings have been issued Friday afternoon across Indiana as storms have popped up and intensified.
In central Indiana, the weather service at Indianapolis said the Emergency Management Agency in Madison County reported a tree blown into a house near Alexandria and a broken utility pole southeast of Frankton. In the unincorporated community of Moonville in eastern Madison County, several homes and a barn received storm damage about 3:35 p.m., according to the agency. Madison County Emergency Management Agency reported no injuries in the Moonville area.
Matt Morris took video of what is believed to be a funnel cloud becoming a tornado around 3:50 p.m. near Moonville. It was around Madison County roads 200 E and 600 N.
Also in central Indiana, large trees were reported downed in Delaware and Shelby counties, the weather service said. It also reported flooding at the Delaware County fairgrounds.