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Aftermath of the strom from CBS 2 viewer Benny Cabral. (Credit: Benny Cabral)

Aftermath of the strom from CBS 2 viewer Benny Cabral. (Credit: Benny Cabral)

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UPDATED 06/22/11 2:05 p.m.

CHICAGO (CBS) – Here is a roundup of storm damage reports from various suburban agencies:

Waukegan Fire Department: “A lot of power outages due to trees on wires, a lot of street closures, lots of areas without power. We are still responding as of now, but no injuries or deaths.”

Gurnee Fire Department: “Very minimal damage, nothing’s changed. We were fortunate; it was all a little south of us.”

Mount Prospect: “Mayor Ivana Wilkes believes her town one of the hardest hit. Likely be ‘several days’ before power is restored. The power lines are entwined ‘like spaghetti’ in the many downed trees. There are 22 intersections without power


North Chicago Fire Department:
“Majority of the town is out of power. Stations 1 and 2 are operating using generators. Traffic lights are out and businesses are closed. A power pole snapped at Buckley west of 41 which might have caused most of the damage.”

Libertyville Police Department: “Lots of power out, some fallen power lines.”

Mundelein Fire Department: “A number of trees are down and one roof came off an apartment building at 933 S. Lake St. Some areas are still without power.”

Wauconda Fire Department: “The storm split around us, nothing happened, no power outages.”

McHenry Police Department: “We got a half-dozen calls for some wires down, some branches on lines, but no widespread power outages and no fires.”

Crystal Lake Fire Department: “Minimal power outages, no trees down, some heavy rain but everything was mostly southeast of us.”

Downers Grove: Several downed trees on houses and streets. Power lines affected. Damage at Downers Grove High School sports fields, damage to fences and benches.

Algonquin Police Department: “A few tree branches down but that’s it.”

Barrington Fire Department: “Barrington Hills had some power outages and phone lines down. We had some fallen limbs but everything around Barrington is back to normal.”

Lincolnshire Power outages all over and sending police officers out all morning.

Deerfield: Power outages and trees down.

Northbrook: Road closures on Dundee Road near Waukegan Road because of fallen powerline.

Arlington Heights: Sporadic outages and traffic signals out and a few businesses without power.

Niles: Power outages and tree over power line on Howard Street, which is blocked off between Oak Park and Caldwell avenues.

Oak Brook: Village Hall manager David Niemyer says Oak Brook has over 1,900 residents without power, with a lot of damage and lot of branches are down. They are currently working to have power restored.

Norridge: Fire and police officials say they aren’t experiencing any power outages or down trees.

Maywood: Fire officials say they are experiencing power outages, down power lines and tree damage. There is a good portion of Maywood is experiencing outages. They are not able to assess the damages.

Lombard: Earlier outages reported 3,700 customers with without power, and currently there are 600 residents with out power. There have been 50 to 60 calls of property damage.

Addison: Police say there is limited outages and damage.

Carol Stream: Phil Modaffof of the Public Works Department says less than a dozen trees are downs, and the town has sustained very little damage.

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