JARRETTSVILLE, Md. (AP) — Storms that swept through Harford County have left downed trees and power lines after reports of a possible tornado.
The fast-moving storm along the Interstate 83 corridor prompted a tornado warning Friday night.
Emergency workers were called to the Jarrettsville area after residents reported downed damage along a 100-foot-wide path near Salem Church and Cox roads.
Harford County officials said Saturday that no injuries were reported as a result of the storm.
The National Weather Service says it’s investigating the damage to determine whether a tornado can be confirmed.
Hundreds of power outages were reported Friday night in Baltimore County, Harford County, Howard County and Baltimore City.
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