The sound of clean up echoed through a Wayne County neighborhood along Wildflower Drive in the town of Walworth, Wednesday.
"As soon as the storm passed they were on the road," said Richard Reese, a resident in the town of Walworth when asked about the crew that was cleaning up a tree on the end of his street.
Tuesday night's storm brought heavy rain and strong winds to the area.
One of our local spotters tells us wind in the area reach speeds of 60-70 miles-per-hour.
Mary Ann Lavonas was home when the storm hit.
"I was looking out the window and this tree just picked up and left, it happened so fast it was so scary," said Lavonas.
One of the hardest hit homes belongs to Paul Liess.
He and his daughter weren't home when the storm rolled through but came back to find a group of trees had fallen through their garage and into their home.
10-year-old Victoria Liess told us is was scary to drive up and see what happened.
"When I pulled up last night I thought on my gosh this is worse then I thought," said Victoria Liess. "I just hope everything in the garage is okay, and we can have our house back."
Residents tell us the strong storm lasted about 10-15 minutes, but for many they say it felt much longer.