Crews are cleaning up roadways in New Sewickley Township and other areas, and power is out for several residents across the region.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

BEAVER/BUTLER COUNTIES (KDKA) — After overnight tornado warnings and severe thunderstorms, some homeowners in Beaver and Butler Counties are dealing with property damage this morning.

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Some of the storm damage has led to trees collapsing in roadways or nearby houses.

Storm damage in Shippingport, Pa. (Photo Courtesy of a KDKA viewer)

A fallen tree obscured a home in Shippingport, Pa. (Photo Courtesy of a KDKA viewer)

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As of around 3:15 p.m. on Saturday, 168 Duquesne Light customers in New Sewickley, 175 customers in Monaca and 12 customers in Freedom Borough do not have power.

A home damaged by storms in Freedom Borough. (Photo Credit: Tim Lawson/KDKA Photojournalist)

Crews clear up fallen trees in New Sewickley Township. (Photo Credit: Tim Lawson/KDKA Photojournalist)

Trees were damaged in New Sewickley Township. (Photo Credit: Tim Lawson/KDKA Photojournalist)

A fallen tree nearby a home in Monaca. (Photo Courtesy of Monica Tanner)

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The National Weather Service’s Pittsburgh branch says that is investigating a few places to see if they sustained possible tornado damage.