LORAIN, Ohio — High winds associated with Sandy are being blamed for damage done to a school roof in Lorain.
According to emergency responders, the wind blew a piece of the roof off of St. Anthony of Padua School on East Erie Avenue Monday evening.
No one was reported injured.
Police had the road blocked off while the mess was cleaned up.
There are wind and flood warnings for several parts of the area through Tuesday.
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