One Woodbine horse rescue farm is picking up the pieces after strong winds damaged shelters, trees, and trailers throughout the property.
As the rain cleared, people at the Days End Farm Horse Rescue got to work -- with help from volunteers.
"...the big trees that have fallen down and the debris around the farm. So it's been a tremendous help," Brittney Carow, the equine director at the farm, said.
Twisted trees, scratched sidings, and crumbled horse shelters -- all fallout from Wednesday's storm and high winds.
Carow says it all happened in a matter of minutes.
"We had another trailer and then a lot of large, mature trees that fell on fences. So we've got quite a bit of fencing that needs to be repaired and a lot of trees that need to be cut up and removed," she said.
Britney looks after the 60 or so horse on the farm. After the storm hit, she and other staff members at the non-profit were shocked by the damage.
"We had two horses in the field that the run in shed and the trailer blew into, so we were very worried about them, but we went up there and their little heads popped up from over the hill so we knew that they were ok," she said.
In all, two trailers - including a 30-foot, eight horse trailer that was flipped, a destroyed shed, mangled trees, and acres of divots in the grass.
The volunteers are filling in every hole, mending every fence, an clearing every branch.