LATROBE (KDKA) – Heavy rain and winds caused plenty of damage at the Arnold Palmer Regional Airport in Latrobe overnight.
The storm caused a hangar to be ripped from the ground and blown away.READ MORE: Emergency Community Meeting Held To Create Plan To Stop Gun Violence In Pittsburgh Area
According to KDKA Westmoreland Bureau Chief Ross Guidotti, the hangar was ripped out of the ground and blew across Route 981.
Storm blows sway an entire hanger at Arnold Palmer regional airport in Latrobe! pic.twitter.com/1PoGRqOpboREAD MORE: Person Hit, Killed By Driver Of Vehicle In Monroeville On Route 22
— Ross Guidotti (@RossGuidotti) April 8, 2020
Other damage included one plane that had the front heavily damaged.
KDKA is working to learn more information about what all was damaged.MORE NEWS: ACLU, Voter Groups Sue In Ohio Over New Legislative Maps
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