WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. (WWLP) - The cleanup is still just beginning for residents of Windsor Locks, Connecticut, which was hit by a tornado on Monday.
The damage to the town from the EF-0 tornado is concentrated to some very specific neighborhoods, with some areas seeing extensive tree damage, while other parts of town are not damaged at all.
Photos: Tornado touching down in Connecticut
On South Center Street, not far from Interstate 91, 22News found a tree that had fallen on a house. On nearby Lownds Drive, netting from a local tobacco barn was blown into the neighborhood, becoming entangled in trees.
Take a look at the video to see the just how big some of the trees that came down were.
Still, one longtime resident of the town told 22News that what they saw in Windsor Locks Monday was nothing compared to the devastating tornado of 1979 ; an F-4 disaster that destroyed many homes, as well as the New England Air Museum.
22News reporter Laura Hutchinson is there, and will have a complete report tonight on 22News starting at 5.