Skip to Content

Northeast Missouri residents clean up after storm

Remaining Ad Time Ad - 00:00
Shelbina-House-06212021
Neighbor kid looks at damaged home.
newspic
Tim and Debbie Gibbons pick up tree debris following the severe storms.
Newspic2
The barn damaged belonged to Witt Truck and Welding, LLC.
newspic3
The inside of the damaged barn.

SHELBINA, Mo. (WGEM) -- Residents in Northeast Missouri were picking up limbs and cleaning storm damage Monday morning following severe storms Sunday night.

One woman had to leave her home after she said it was destroyed when a large tree fell on it. She said she did have another place to go.

"Right now we just got to get the tree out of the house. and then figure out if we can save it, or if it's just going to have to come down. find a place to rent or stay until it's all taken care of," she said.

In Shelbina a truck was damaged when a tree fell on it and five miles Southwest of Shelbina a barn roof was partially blown off.

Storms rolled through the Tri-State area off and on all weekend with the strongest of those happening Sunday night.

A Tornado Warning was issued for both Western Marion and Eastern Shelby Counties in Missouri on Sunday night. Although, as of Monday morning, the National Weather Service had not confirmed that any tornadoes had touched down.

Author Profile Photo

Jim Roberts

Social Media & Digital Content Manager

Skip to content