TRUMBULL COUNTY, Ohio — UPDATE | A tornado has been confirmed from Sunday's storms in Cuyahoga County. Read more about that HERE.

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“Tornado on the ground about a half mile south of 422, debris in the air moving toward Warren.”

That was one 911 call made Sunday afternoon in Trumbull County as wicked storms pummeled Northeast Ohio.

“We will be sending out a storm survey team this morning to look at damage likely caused by a #tornado,” the National Weather Service tweeted early Monday morning. “Appears to be several possible touchdowns/tracks from SE Cuyahoga County to Trumbull County and the Warren #Ohio area.”

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People who work in the Warren Township area say it was around 4:45 p.m. when strong winds came through, wreaking havoc and destroying property.

Thousands of people were without electricity in Trumbull County, too, because power lines were knocked down as a result of the storms. The good news? Power has been restored to much of the area as of 6 a.m. Monday.