PLATTSMOUTH (KPTM)- Areas of Plattsmouth, Neb., were hit hard in Thursday's overnight storm. Groundskeepers at Oak Hill Cemetery had a busy workload cutting down tree limbs and clearing the mess the storm left behind.
"We've had like about six trees down. We've been working on it all day," said Michael Johnson, one of the cemetery's groundskeepers.
Crews knew they were in for a busy day because storms hit their town pretty hard.
"We had winds probably about 60 miles an hour and then after the wind stopped then we had hail," said Craig Savale, a groundskeeper at the cemetery.
Savale said it's normal for crews go through damage cleanups when big storms hit the area.
"Since we're up on a hill here at the cemetery, we get a lot of storm damage and we have a lot of older trees, so we get a lot of tree limbs that are down," said Savale.
Groundskeepers said they plan to clear all limbs and debris over the weekend.
Some families also reported flood damage in their homes because of the storm. No injuries have been reported so far.
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