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Johnson County hit hard by Wednesday storms of one year ago.
Dozens of Tornados touch down in Johnson County causing widespread damages. Aerial Photos by Dr. Charlie Czermak contributed from BIN. For more photos
 

















































































Numerous reports of property damage, destroyed homes and two deaths was the result of severe weather between 11 PM until the early morning hours Thursday. Johnson County Schools are closed Thursday as the county assesses the extent of the storm damage. High winds and reports of a possible tornado caused the brunt of the damages. The main area hit the hardest was Campbell Road in Doe Valley. Emergency workers spent the night checking homes and electric company employees worked through the night making repairs as much of the county did not have power. Inside the city limits, areas affected included the west end and northwest end of town near Circle Drive where numerous trees were down along with power outages.




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