Thunderstorms caused extensive damage to parts of Stark County, Ohio, on Thursday, with residents reporting downed wires and trees. The county was at one point placed under a tornado warning, but it was later canceled.

National Weather Service’s Cleveland station said wind gusts reached 60 mph and some parts of the county had over an inch of rain in about an hour, Canton Rep reported.

The Canton police received several reports of downed wires and poles and the Perry Fire Department said a tree fell on a house, but no one was injured. Power outages were also reported and up to 2,000 customers were without power in parts of the county.

“The Canton Police Department is currently responding to numerous reports of trees, poles and wires down throughout the city. Use extreme caution if you come across any of these issues. Please report them. All downed wires should be treated as being live,” Canton Police Department tweeted.

storm Thunderstorms brought a lot of damage to parts of Stark County, Ohio. In this image, raindrops are seen on a vehicle window as a pedestrian walks in the rain in Los Angeles, Jan. 31, 2019 Photo: FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images