Harrisburg tornado
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A line of severe storms with possible tornadoes caused damage overnight in parts of the Midwest and the South.

Tens of thousands of homes and businesses remained without electricity Thursday morning, according to poweroutage.us.

More than 30 homes were damaged or destroyed by an EF2 tornado in Harrisburg in northwest Arkansas, KAIT reported.

Poinsett County Sheriff Kevin Molder told the TV station at least two people were injured in the storm, which struck about 7 p.m. Wednesday CDT.

Video from storm chaser Brian Emfinger showed a tornado striking Harrisburg, which is about 50 miles northwest of Memphis, Tennessee.

Hail also was reported throughout the area. More than 4,000 customers lost power, KAIT reported.

About 70,000 homes and businesses had no electricity in central Indiana on Thursday morning.

Hail and high winds caused damage in several places across the state.

An EF1 tornado blew the second story off a building in Mooresville, about 15 miles southwest of Indianapolis, Police Officer Brock A. Chipman told WISH. A woman was slightly injured after power lines fell on her car, Chipman said.

Damage was also reported in Whiteland and in Franklin in Johnson County.

A tower with a wind turbine fell onto a home northeast of Greenfield in Hancock County. Another home in Greenfield was damaged when a tree fell on it.

The Hamilton County Emergency Management agency said 37 large power transmission poles were knocked down in Westfield, Indiana.

More than 60,000 customers in Ohio were still without electricity Thursday morning.

High winds toppled trees onto power lines and knocked down utility poles, mostly in the southern part of the state.

In Amberley Village, just northeast of Cincinnati, Police Chief Rich Wallace said a number of trees fell on houses, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported.

Felled trees also blocked roads in Mount Healthy, Ohio.

High winds toppled trees onto houses and ripped walls off homes in the Mount Zion community in Kentucky's Grant County, about 25 miles south of Cincinnati.

House damage and downed trees were also reported near Maysville and Sardis, Kentucky.

An elderly woman was briefly trapped in her home when high winds hit the town of Hurricane in West Virginia's Putnam County early Thursday, according to WCHS. She was not injured, according to the mayor.

In nearby St. Albans, a building at a car dealership was heavily damaged, and a window business next-door lost its roof, WCHS reported.

The National Weather Service office in Charleston, West Virginia, said it had reports of two 180-foot communications towers being knocked over near St. Albans.

Nearly 16,000 customers in West Virginia did not have electricity Thursday morning, according to poweroutage.us. Another 14,000 were in the dark in Virginia.

The severe storms spawned two small tornadoes in Pennsylvania. The storms tore the roofs off of a church and a brewery in New Kensington and blew away a hangar at the Arnold Palmer Regional Airport, The Associated Press reported.