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Tree into car, driver runs off road and more after severe weather throughout Maryland

Posted: 8:57 AM, Feb 07, 2020
Updated: 2020-02-07 17:15:16-05
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Severe weather has riddled damage throughout the state of Maryland.

This morning, there was a tornado warning for Carroll and Frederick Counties until 8:15a.m. a tornado warning for Northwestern Howard County until 8:00a.m.

In addition, there was a severe thunderstorm warning for Baltimore, Carroll, Howard and Montgomery Counties until 8:30am. and Prince George's County until 9:00a.m.

Multiple trees and power lines are down throughout the region.

On Route 109 between 355 and 270. Trees are down and blocking the road. A tree crashed into the windshield of a car. There are no injuries reported at this time.

A car ran off the road in Montgomery County leaving one adult with non-life threatening injuries.

Multiple trees are down on Routes 107 an 28 with lanes blocked.

A family farm sustained damage in the storm.

We will continue to update this list as more damage is reported.