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Damage reported in Allegheny County following severe weather, tornado warnings – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2021-10-21 22:10:00 –

There were some reports of damage left in Allegheny County after bad weather continued on Thursday evening. Viewer Video of Storm Damage on Butler Route 422: Tap the video player above. Video courtesy of Serena S. Several tornado warnings have been issued in western Pennsylvania. Since then, they have expired. Allegheny County officials tweeted several damage reports after the storm, including roofs being blown from homes and trees falling. Officials say the Hampton Township has a number of wires down throughout the township, including 2200 blocks of Lynnwood, 3900 blocks of Parkview, 3900 blocks of Ralph, and the Hertzlan / Saxonberg intersection. A microburst passed through the town and caused widespread damage. Authorities also said that at Hampton Township, a tree fell on a 3900-block house on Kirk Avenue and a roof was blown off a 2300-block house on Linden Drive. No injuries have been reported. In McCandless, officials said the wooden limbs were on the 8200 block of Thompson Run Road, blocking traffic. Duquesne Light reports more than 3,000 unpowered customers in the Hampton, Schaller and Los Township regions. West Penn Power reports more than 4,000 non-powered customers, many in Butler and Washington counties.

There were some reports of damage left in Allegheny County after bad weather continued on Thursday evening.

Viewer Video of Storm Damage on Butler Route 422: Tap the video player above. Video courtesy of Serena S.

Several tornado warnings have been issued in western Pennsylvania. Since then, they have expired.

Allegheny County officials tweeted several damage reports after the storm, including roofs being blown from homes and trees falling.

At Hampton Township, officials said a number of wires were down throughout the township, including 2200 blocks of Lynnwood, 3900 blocks of Parkview, 3900 blocks of Ralph, and the Hertzlan / Saxonberg intersection.

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Officials also said the Hampton Township fire department reported believing that the microburst had passed through the township and caused widespread damage. They said no injuries had been reported.

Also at Hampton Township, officials said a tree had fallen on a 3900-block house on Kirk Avenue and a roof had been blown off a 2300-block house on Linden Drive. No injuries have been reported.

In McCandless, officials said the wooden limbs were on the 8200 block of Thompson Run Road, blocking traffic.

Duquesne Light reports more than 3,000 unpowered customers in the Hampton, Schaller and Los Township regions.

West Penn Power reports more than 4,000 non-powered customers, many in Butler and Washington counties.

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