Mangled trees in Clinton after tornado warning was issued in the area – Boston News, Weather, Sports

CLINTON, MASS. (WHDH) – A tornado warning was issued for parts of Worcester County Thursday morning as the debris from Tropical Storm Fred struck New England.

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In Clinton, several trees along Beech and Birch streets were blown away by high winds. Large branches smashed into roads, leaving debris strewn across lawns and driveways.

SKY7 HD flew over the area where crews have been called in to clean up the mess.

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No injuries or serious material damage have been reported. At 4:30 p.m. M., Only about two dozen homes and businesses were reported being out of power.

So far, there have been no official reports of tornado landings in the area.

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