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Tornado touchdowns reported in central Indiana

(Krystal Vivian/95.3 MNC)

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The National Weather Service says several tornados have touched down in central Indiana, downing powerlines and trees and damaging homes.

Authorities say a tornado was seen Monday evening 17 miles west of Indianapolis near Danville. A tornado touched down shortly after just east of Pittsboro. A funnel cloud was also reported on the ground in Brownsburg and Clayton.

The Brownsburg Fire Department reports there are trees down and some homes damaged in the town. However, there were no reports of injuries.

Authorities also were reporting strong winds in Boone, Marion and Hamilton counties. While there were reports of damage to several barns and detached garages, no injuries were reported in those areas.

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