Several homes and businesses are damaged after a tornado came through part of Marysville about 9:45 p.m. on Monday.
Storm Track Meteorologist Kyle Borchert went to Marysville after the storm. He said emergency crews and police are on the scene.
Marshall County Emergency Management says the John Deere Dealership at 7th Road and Highway 36, just west of Marysville had “substantial damage.”
Emergency Management also reports four homes and businesses were damaged as well.
The Marshall County Sheriff’s Office says no injuries have been reported.
Large hail the size of tennis balls was also reported in the town of Mankato, Kansas in Jewell County.
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MARYSVILLE, Kan. (AP) – Authorities in a northeast Kansas county say a tornado damaged two businesses and some homes but there are no early reports of fatalities or serious injuries.
Marshall County emergency management director Bill Schwindamann says the tornado was reported about 9:30 p.m. Monday in Marysville, about 150 miles northwest of Kansas City near the Nebraska border.
Schwindamann says one business was destroyed and another was seriously damaged. He says about 25 homes suffered damage ranging from minor to substantial. Some livestock also was reported missing at a farm where a barn was destroyed.
Crews are assessing damage, restoring power and cleaning up in Marysville following last night’s tornado. The twister damaged a few businesses and more than 20 homes but caused no serious injuries. Tornadoes also touched down in Smith, Clay and Jewell counties.