Residents of a western Nebraska mobile home park face cleanup after strong storms tore through the Nebraska Panhandle.
Officials says storms on the night of June 7 brought golf ball-sized hail and 60 mph high winds that overturned and ripped open more than half a dozen trailer homes in the southeast Scottsbluff park.
Scottsbluff Police Sergeant Pete Wysocki says the only injury reported was a man in the park whose wrist was injured.
The storms also tore off part of the roof at an auto dealership, knocked down power lines and trees and flooded streets.
Information from: KNEB-AM
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