Transcript for Severe storms rip through Pennsylvania
Severe storms striking the northeast. Take a look at the massive damage in wilkes-barre, Pennsylvania, and Eva pilgrim is on the scene and has the latest. Good morning, Eva. Reporter: Good morning, robin. You can see all the destruction where this storm ripped through roofs, pulled apart across the street over there, a truck pushed up on its side. This all happening overnight. This morning fierce winds, intense rain and reported tornadoes wreaking havoc on southeastern Pennsylvania. This town caught in the middle of the devastation. Three injured in wilkes-barre as the aftermath and reported tornado collapsed buildings, flipped cars and sent debris flying. This shopping center shredded. I didn't believe it at first. After seeing what happened, I honestly can't believe it. Reporter: Inside this panera bread the roof caving in. Barnes & noble and dick's sporting goods nearly destroyed. We have multiple buildings with gas leaks. Reporter: With power lines and trees knocked out, incoming reports of gas leaks. Emergency personnel line the streets asking everyone to stay away from the area. This is the U-Haul building. Over there they have most of it cleared out now but just huge chunks of concrete. I've never seen anything like this ever. Reporter: Now, the national weather service hasn't determined if this was a tornado or straight-line winds yet. They will send people in to survey today and make that determination. Robin. We still see how windy it is there. I hope everybody takes care. That is so destructive.
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