Tree tears through a house during Cumberland Co. storm

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Thunderstorms Thursday night left behind damage in Cumberland and York Counties. Strong winds, hail, rain, and lightning tore down trees, shattered windows and caused a tree to fall onto a home.

Crews worked through the night to clear roadways closed from fallen trees. Zion Road in Mount Holly Springs was covered with debris.

Residents say they lost power around 9:45 p.m Thursday. We spoke with some neighbors who didn’t get power back until 1:30 am Friday.

A tree tore through a house last night in South Middleton Twp. in Cumberland County. The home is also the Red Cardinal B&B, the homeowners tell us they were huddled in the bathroom with their 101-year-old mom during the worst part of the storm.

The couple gave ABC27’s Christine McLarty a tour of the damage and walked us through their experience. Watch below.

Tree falls onto home during storm, homeowners share their experience

STORM DAMAGE: A tree tore through this house last night in South Middleton Twp. in Cumberland County. The home is also the Red Cardinal B&B, the homeowners tell us they were huddled in the bathroom with their 101-year-old mom during the worst part of the storm. Christine McLarty is live on Lerew Road with the latest.

Posted by ABC27 News on Friday, August 16, 2019

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