Multiple tornadoes slam Indiana, destroying houses and cutting electricity to thousands, with the U.S. National Weather Service describing one spotted near Indianapolis as "extremely dangerous." Vanessa Johnston reports.
Transcript: Tornadoes leave trails of destruction in Indiana
</head> Residents of Kokomo, Indiana, come out to survey the damage...after a tornado ripped through the town.
One woman says the storm seemed to come out of nowhere. (SOUNDBITE) (English) KOKOMO RESIDENT, BARBARA, SAYING: "We were in the bathroom and I just looked out and went, 'oh my'.
I mean, my car was tore up, my garage was gone -- the whole outside of my house is destroyed." In another central Indiana town -- Linnsburg -- more destruction, though no immediate reports of any injuries.
Officials say two severe thunderstorms produced the tornadoes -- including one northwest of Indianapolis -- cutting electricity to thousands.
Howard County officials say they're now investigating the extent of the damage -- and whether there were any casualties.