Cleaning Up After the Storm

June 29, 2017 08:42 PM

(ABC 6 News) -- Some people in southeast Minnesota are cleaning up after storms moved through bringing strong winds and even a couple of brief tornadoes.

Around 7 p.m. Wednesday, Emily Whitcomb's neighbor gave her the bad news that her car has been hit by a tree.


"I found out this happened, so I was like 'I guess my plans for the evening changed a little bit'," said Whitcomb.

Emily’s boyfriend Zach Lauinger and her sister were with her when she first saw her car. 

"We all were kind of working together to contact the insurance people and getting a hold of the rental car guys, I don’t know it all worked out," Lauinger said.

Damage clean up can be a headache, but Emily said to keep a positive mind.

“Do what you need to do without getting all emotional or worked up about it."


Lynnette Miller

Copyright 2017 - KAAL-TV, LLC A Hubbard Broadcasting Company

Relay Media Amp

Most Read Stories

<p style=Snowmobilers Bring One Oronoco Restaurant Big Business after Winter Storm"/>

Snowmobilers Bring One Oronoco Restaurant Big Business after Winter Storm

Trump Signs Bill Reopening Government

Latest Storm Reminiscent of 1991 Storm

Winter Storm Causing Hazardous Driving Conditions

Travel Advisory: Portion of I-35 southbound Through Owatonna Closed

Government Intends to Re-Open After Three Days of Shutdown