A series of tornadoes unleashing their fury on Ohio swept communities away, leaving large piles of debris as a two-week storm surge continued. The city was hit by a large and devastating tornado, and the surrounding Dayton subway area was awakened by the devastation wrought by the tornado series, which left one dead and at least 130 injured, while homes and businesses were destroyed.
The city of Dayton, Ohio, south of the Ohio River, was the most damaged. A suspected tornado left destruction outside a downtown Dayton apartment building on July 14, 2014.
Given the terrible destruction and chaos the storm system has wreaked, officials in Dayton said they were lucky no fatalities were reported. Payne said the list of Dayton's injured included those pulled from heavily damaged buildings. The reports from Dayton followed a week of tornadoes that included a home in Riverside and injuries and damage in Brookville, including a high school in Westbrook, according to WHIO-TV. Damage included roofs falling off in Dayton, a hotel roof and a mobile park that damaged hotels and mobile parks, as well as injuries, damage to a hospital and buildings in downtown Dayton, "including a building that went up in flames and the roof of a severely damaged building and some injured," including at high schools in Brooksville and Riverside, WHIA-TV said.
Dayton Police Chief Matthew Dyer, Dayton Fire Chief John C. Smith, and Dayton City Council Chairman John J. Daley also responded to the storms in the Dayton region.
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A tornado touched down on the ground in the Dayton, Ohio area and was spotted on live scanner audio that captured the unfolding search and rescue as rescuers reported destroyed homes, businesses and trapped people. The scanner reported people trapped in basements in Trotwood Ohio, but no help was called.
In Brookville, west of Dayton, the storm tore down the roof of a school, destroyed a barn, severely damaged homes and damaged a home. In nearby areas such as Troy and Stanley, fire officials said several areas in Dayton were hit hard, but not as hard as in Beavercreek and East Dayton.
Early images of damage from tornadoes in Dayton looked bad and had little warning, but photos from the Dayton Daily News show destroyed homes, roofs collapsed by falling trees and severe damage to buildings.
At the time of writing, the full extent of the damage to Interstate has not yet been assessed, but the Ohio Department of Transportation is asking drivers to avoid Interstate 75 because of debris strewn on the highway. The Columbus Dispatch reports that a truck overturned at a bus stop and debris blocked the road in Circleville. The crash site is a bridge that runs through downtown Dayton. In a news conference Tuesday morning, U.S. Rep. John Conyers, whose district includes Dayton, described the damage.
If water or fire damage occurs to homes and businesses in Dayton, PuroClean Emergency Services will be called in to begin the journey to a full recovery. Five miles north of Dayton, firefighters worked with the Dayton Fire Department and Dayton Police Department to rescue people trapped in homes and cars. Firefighters were flushing rainwater from the sewer when they arrived at the scene of the accident. Payne said they had helped first responders search through the rubble in search of survivors.