Significant storm damage in Tully and Mexico
TULLY & MEXICO -- Stunned neighbors in two Central New York towns are assessing storm damage Thursday evening after a strong line of storms rolled in during the dinner hour. Across two counties, there are uprooted trees and significant damage to homes from large hail.
On Assembly Road in Tully, Onondaga County, giant trees toppled onto homes and there are power outages.
As of 8:30 p.m. National Grid reported 2,600+ customers without power, most of them south of Syracuse.
In Mexico, Oswego County reporter Mary Kielar describes the damage to homes on Route 11 as "devastating," with windows blown out and car windshields smashed. Neighbors say it felt like a tornado blew through.
As of 8:40 p.m. National Grid reported fewer than 700 customers without power, most of them in Mexico and Constantia.
We have dispatched reporters to both Mexico and Tully. Live reports on the storm impact tonight on CW6 News at 10 and CBS5 and NBC3 News at 11.
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