Twister trouble: Cleaning up after the storm

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MEDINA COUNTY- The morning after a tornado touched down in Medina County, the cleanup begins for people across the area.

On Tuesday, a tornado that originated in Lorain County struck Valley City, went back up and then came down again in Hinckley.

The twister struck Valleaire Golf Course in Hinckley uprooting trees and sending parts of nearby businesses across the green.

“We were trying to putt through on the 11th hole and Mother Nature had other ideas for us,” said Brandon Donelan.

Superintendent of the course, Steve Naclay, said, “I wasn’t here at the time but the clubhouse personnel sounded an alarm. Everyone came in; everyone went down to the basement clubhouse. Actually some golfers got stuck on the far part of the course and it just went between them and the clubhouse.”

In nearby Brunswick, homeowners were also impacted by the EF1 twister, as the powerful storm left a path of debris and damage throughout the community.

FOX 8's Stacey Frey reported that the power is back on in Brunswick and streets are reopened as of Wednesday morning.

According to Stacey, you can see branches and debris throughout the area.

Stacey was roughly two or three miles from the area that was hit by a tornado two weeks ago.

Thankfully, no one was hurt in either storm.

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