Severe storms leave path of destruction

At least 20 tornadoes were reported in the Oklahoma region in 48 hours while mounds of hail buried the ground in Colorado.
2:10 | 06/17/19

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subdued one. We'll begin with that wicked weather from the heartland to the east coast. ABC's Marcus Moore, he's in ft. Worth, Texas, starting us off. Good morning, Marcus. Reporter: Mooing, good for the second weekend in a row severe storms have battered this region knocking out power and destroying homes like these behind me. Overnight, severe weather leaving a path of destruction from Texas to Pennsylvania. Wind gusts up to 70 miles per hour tearing off this roof in ft. Worth, tossing this helicopter on its side at the aviation museum. That one touched down. Reporter: In Oklahoma twin landspouts spotted outside Oklahoma City outside omega. 20 reported in the last two days. There is debris everywhere in the air. Reporter: Five of those tearing through central Indiana. An ef-2 whipping up 130-mile-per-hour winds in ellisville snapping trees like toothpicks. In bentonville, this church destroyed by a tornado. Sheets of metal left littering the ground. More than 3,000 residents around the state left without power. And in Colorado, mounds of hail burying the ground. Flash flooding swallowing up roads leaving cars stranded. And the national weather service will be out later this morning to assess the damage and, Michael, fortunately, no injuries were reported. That's good news right there. We go to ginger with the latest on the storm's timing and good morning to you, ginger. Good morning, Michael. We found out there is a search going on south of Louisville for a man swept away in floodwaters. You go north there and Floyd county, Indiana, of Louisville is where one of the rescues turned out well and got him out. In Wichita it was close to a half foot of rain that left people pushing their cars through the water and it sounds like a lot of those issues were when people drove through barriers. Hundreds of passengers stuck in Houston as they had a ground stop. You go from southern Indiana over to New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland, you're under flood watch so not only could we see that but damaging wind in the same area today.

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