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Posted: May 28, 2019 8:07 AM

TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI)-Several tornadoes passed through Central Indiana Monday. There were even reports of baseball-sized hail in Tippecanoe County.

Just last week, the area had a similar experience. Severe storms came through the area and people are still picking up the pieces from Thursday's storms.

In the image above provided by Jason Wade you can see a trampoline on top of a vehicle. Wade said his neighbor's trampoline was lifted from the winds from the backyard all the way over the home, flew across the street and landed right on top of Wade's car.

and a semi overturned in Benton county right in the middle of U.S. 52. We do not have any word on that driver's condition yet.

To view photos of the Memorial Day storm, click here. 

News 18 wants to see more photos and videos of any damage in the area. If you have any significant damage on your property, or you see some, make sure to snap a picture and send it to us using our Report It! feature.

You can always send us a message on Facebook, Twitter or email us at newsroom@wlfi.com and weather@wlfi.com.

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