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A line of heavy thunderstorms rolled through the WBDC listening area Tuesday afternoon resulting in reports of damage in parts of Dubois County.

Most of the damage consisted of trees, limbs and power lines that were brought down by high winds as well as reports of siding that was ripped off of a home.

Officials with the Dubois County Emergency Management Agency say they received word of a possible funnel cloud near the Dubois area in the vicinity of State Highway 545 triggering the activation of tornado sirens in the area by Dubois County Dispatch.

Dubois County EMA Director Tammy Humbert says information in regards to storm damage and the possible funnel cloud that was received has been sent to the Louisville office of the National Weather Service.

Now no major damage was reported to the Emergency Management Agency.

If you have any damages to report please call the EMA office at 812-482-2202.

Dubois Volunteer Fire Department-Public Information Representative ,Zach Eichmiller, spotted the cloud funnel which can be seen on 18WJTS news.

Also, Dubois County EMA Director Tammy Humbert  provided another spotting of the funnel cloud, check out the other sighting. Video courtesy of Luke Woolems :


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