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Friday afternoon storms that ravaged parts of Clark and Ripley counties produced little damage in Bartholomew, Jackson and Jennings counties.
Jackson County Sheriff’s Department reported high winds in the Crothersville area, but no injuries or significant damage.
Officials in Jennings County reported an unconfirmed tornado touchdown near the line separating Jennings and Ripley counties.
Matt Alexander, director of Jennings County Emergency Management, said no injuries or damage had been reported in the county.
However, Jennings firefighters, police and ambulance crews traveled to Ripley’s town of Holton, which received significant damage, to assist with relief.
According to radio traffic, police shutdown U.S. 50 near the small Jennings County town of Nebraska, a few miles west of Holton.
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