Storm cleanup begins in Lubbock - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

4/17/09

Storm cleanup begins in Lubbock

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Residents across the South Plains are cleaning up after severe storms rolled across the area Thursday.

There were 24 tornado warnings, 32 severe thunderstorm warnings, and a total of eight confirmed tornadoes were officially recorded in the Lubbock area. Lucily, no injuries have been reported.

Flooding, high winds and large hail were also contributors to area damage. Pea to tennis ball size hail was reported in some areas and winds that gusted over 50 mph. There was reported damage to vehicles, roofs, and property.

NewsChannel 11 has crews out covering the aftermath and will have complete coverage tonight on NewsChannel 11. If you like to see exclusive gathering all of the data and will have a full report.

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