SULLIVAN, Ind. — The severe weather that hit Indiana Friday night turned deadly in Sullivan County.
The storm caused three deaths, according to Emergency Management Director Jim Pirtle.
On Sunday, the county coroner identified the victims as Susan Kay Horton, 61, Thomas Randall Horton, 38 and Shane Steven Goodman.
Sullivan Mayor Clint Lamb said around eight to 10 others needed medical attention.
The storm damaged more than 150 homes and buildings in Sullivan and 200 total across the county, according to Lamb.
Some residents were still missing in the county seat of Sullivan on Saturday morning. Lamb said they are still involved in a search and rescue operation during a noon news conference.
Sullivan is located near the Illinois state line about 95 miles southwest of Indianapolis.
13News' John Doran got an idea of the path the tornado took through the city.
Emergency crews were also dealing with downed powerlines and reported gas leaks.
The Sullivan County Sheriff's Office said tornado damage stretches several miles – from west of Sullivan in the rural New Lebanon area extending eastward through Sullivan.
In the city of Sullivan, the path of destruction follows nearly a straight line – parallel with Silver Street. Some homes are completely leveled.
Sullivan City Hall and area churches have been opened as safe shelters.
Sullivan County officials have declared a State of Emergency for areas affected by the tornado. Any curiosity seekers are subject to arrest.
Those wanting to help can report to the EMA headquarters at 60 W. Harris Street in Sullivan.
Lamb said the city is asking those wanting to donate to please standby as they assess the need.