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Dozens of reports of damage after storms move through Mid-Missouri Sunday night

Severe thunderstorms moved through Mid-Missouri around 10:00 PM Sunday night, leaving a swath of damage across Audrain, Boone, and Callaway counties.

As of 11:30 PM, more than 2,000 Boone Electric customers were without power, and more than 1,000 were without power in the City of Columbia.

Several reports of trees and downed power lines came in after 10:30 in Columbia, where one person was injured after a tree struck him on Cook Avenue on the west side of the city.

Emergency management reported a portion of the roof was taken off Boone Electric Coop at Business Loop 70 and Rangeline. Outside of ABC 17 News, tree damage was seen at Hickman High School. Traffic lights were out as of 11:45 at the HWY 63 connector at I-70.

In Monroe County, a semi was overturned at Highway 36 and Route J.

ABC 17 News has crews safely assessing the damage around Mid-Missouri and will provide the most up to date outage and damage information starting at 5AM Monday on ABC 17 News This Morning.

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Jessica Hafner

Jessica Hafner returned to ABC 17 News as chief meteorologist in 2019 after working here under Sharon Ray from 2014 to 2016.


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