Strong winds from Tropical Storm Isaias damaged several buildings in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, on Tuesday, including parts of the Doylestown Hospital and the Children’s Village child care center.

After making its way to The Keystone State, Isaias ripped off the roof of the daycare facility around 11:15 a.m. while 135 children and 25 teachers were inside. The children ranged in age from infants to kindergartners. Shortly thereafter, crews were called to the location after receiving a report that a roof had collapsed as a result of potential tornado damage.

"We were reading a Jack and Annie book and then we went to the window to check out the storm but then it blew and we just went, and Marlene took us back and then we went in the closet," 5-year-old Jack Skinner told CBS Philly.

Once the winds subsided, the children were brought to Lenape Junior High School, which is next door to the center. After being relocated, parents and caretakers rushed to the location after learning that Children’s Village had taken a direct hit from Tropical Storm Isaias.

Doylestown Health CEO Jim Brexler had been among those who brought the children to a safer location.

"I’m wet now from having carried kids. It’s, you just get scared. Those are so vulnerable, so at risk,” Brexler said. "We are unbelievably thankful today that every single child and teacher got out safely."

Four children and two teachers were treated for minor injuries and were later released. Officials have not determined if a tornado was responsible for the extensive damage.

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A street is blocked by a fallen tree after Tropical Storm Isaias and its treacherous winds and heavy rain passed through on Aug. 4, 2020 in Bogota, New Jersey. Eduardo Munoz Alvarez/Getty Images