PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The first storm of the summer brought rain, wind and lightning to the area.

It caused some damage to Beaver County, where several houses are without power.

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The weather has since calmed down, but earlier in the night, heavy rain and wind brought down trees and power lines.

“We had a pretty fast, hard thunderstorm comings through,” said resident Jim Shay.

In Beaver County, a tree knocked down power to one half of Buffalo Street.

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“The tree fell on the wire and sparks just started to go everywhere. Scared the heck out of me,” said another resident.

Shay said it was like a fireworks show when a transformer began to spark.

It brought down live wires, and Shay said his neighbor was stuck in his truck in what could have been a potentially dangerous situation.

Utility crews say power will be off until midnight or later.

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They say they’re working until power can be restored.