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Casey Essinger [not pictured] is concerned as a damaged branch continues to pull down a line in the front of his house. Casey Essinger and his mom spent over 20 minutes in a windowless bathroom as the storm ripped through their Byal Avenue house, damaging their roof and causing rainwater to collect inside.

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Jim Barger, of Tiffin, a contractor for Time-Warner, removes a tree branch from lines on Byal at Tappan Street in south Findlay. The area is without power.

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A damaged U.S. flag in Benton Ridge, Ohio. Hancock County, Ohio residents continue to clean up on Saturday.

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Casey Essinger and his mom spent over 20 minutes in a windowless bathroom as the storm ripped through their Byal Avenue house, damaging their roof and causing rainwater to collect inside.

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Jim Barger, of Tiffin, a contractor for Time-Warner, works to remove a tree branch from lines on Byal at Tappan Street in south Findlay. The area is without power.

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Ochoa, left, grabbed his niece Riley Mincey, 6, and nephew Wesley, 9, and took them into a bathroom during the storm. The children's grandfather, Jerry Eiseman, at right, was not at home at the time of the storm. No one was hurt, despite plenty of downed trees.

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Jeff Heath, left, and Dale Laws remove a branch from a house Heath rents out on Byal Street in south Findlay. Hancock County, Ohio residents continue to clean up.

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Two large branches fell on part of Rudy Ochoa's house. "I was coming down the steps [to the first floor] and I felt the second [tree] hit, said Ochoa, who said the impact reminded him of the limestone quarry nearby.

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Rudy Ochoa, of Findlay, clearing a branch that fell in the yard of his house in the 1600 block of Byal in south Findlay, Ohio. Neither he nor his neighbors had power.

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St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church in downtown Findlay suffered some damage after the storm blew one of the statutes down from the front steps of the church. Saturday and Sunday masses have been relocated as the church is without power.

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Powerless, St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church in downtown Findlay notifies parishioners that Mass will be held at another church in town for Saturday and Sunday.

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CTY storm01p The Blade/Jetta Fraser Joe Lyon, of Findlay, helps a neighbor after the storm brought down a black walnut tree on a driveway on Township Road 128 just south of State Route 12 in Findlay. Hancock County, Ohio residents continue to clean up on Saturday, June 30, 2012 in the aftermath of a storm that befell the area early Friday evening. High winds brought down trees and power lines throughout the area.

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Rudy Ochoa, of Findlay, clearing a branch that fell in the yard of his house in the 1600 block of Byal in south Findlay, Ohio.

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Pine Avenue in downtown Findlay is blocked after a tree fell, blocking the street and bringing down power lines.

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Pine Avenue in downtown Findlay is blocked after a tree fell, blocking the street and bringing down power lines.

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Dave Marshall stands in the center of his house after the wind blew the roof off of his home in west Findlay, Ohio. "I don't usually keep this messy a house," says Marshall with a laugh. Marshall had converted the former 1875 church in to a residence.

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Pine branches from a tree at the home of Jason Kitchen and Stefanie Gabel came close to damaging their neighbors swimming pool in Benton Ridge, Ohio.

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A black walnut tree was uprooted onto a driveway on Township Road 128 just south of State Route 12 in Findlay.

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Casey Essinger spent over 20 minutes in a windowless bathroom as the storm ripped through their Byal Avenue house, damaging their roof and causing rainwater to collect inside.

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