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.

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According to KDKA Westmoreland Bureau Chief Ross Guidotti, the hangar was ripped out of the ground and blew across Route 981.

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Other damage included one plane that had the front heavily damaged.

KDKA is working to learn more information about what all was damaged.

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