Winds toss trampoline into power lines in Stuart

Winds toss trampoline into power lines in Stuart

Powerful storms tore through parts of Martin County on Sunday afternoon.

Around 4 p.m., neighbors said winds ripped through their neighborhood near Rocky Point on Field Street and Front Avenue in Port Salerno.

Summary of our tour of storm damage along Field and Front streets in Stuart. Trampoline in power lines, big tree limbs down, metal siding ripped off side of home, power lines down. No injuries reported! Possible tornado confirmation yet on that. Note: Neighbors told me that trampoline was held down by cinderblocks.....!! đŸ˜±đŸ˜± Energy crews waiting to do anything until the severe weather threat passes. WPTV

Posted by Alanna Quillen Journalist on Sunday, May 27, 2018

Large tree limbs were blown down, metal siding was peeled off one home and power lines were knocked down.

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A trampoline was picked up in and tossed several yards down the street into some power lines. The trampoline was shredded with the metal wrapped around the pole.

Neighbors say energy crews were waiting to take the trampoline down until the severe weather threat passed.

No injuries have been reported.

There is no confirmation on what caused the storm damage. The National Weather Service said given the minor nature of the damage and ongoing weather threats, they currently are not planning to conduct a damage survey onsite.

More storms are expected in the area Sunday night.

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