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show some footage, kaf is in the dae time area. and ws is surveying and should have some rules hopefully within a a, to the right of the funnel, you could look closely and see the debris. and an another one by the cloud cover. this tornado, likely caused some major damage to barns, took off a roof of the house, and this damage, kind of stretched a long half. we'll continue to monitor this. there's the debris that you see, floating up in the sky. and just a violent storm. we will have details throughout the evening. here at home, we're tracking not severe weather, but we have some heavier downpours to the southern tier of the viewing area. up toward butler and brooksville. if you were with us at 5:30, 10
to move northeast. you're in line to get some of the heavy rain. it will move some. and it will continue to move toward and kind of stay southeast of loseburg there. we have some rain around washington and lighter, more moderate rain in the southern edges of adams county. that will continue to move northeast, adams county in the next 15 minutes. there's no seeing a little bit of rain. north of bellevue, that will continue to move in the villa hills area and it may survive to hit areas of downtown cincinnati. throughout the next 12 hours, temperatures are expected to stay pretty mild. maybe a few rumbles of rain. and by tomorrow morning, starting in the 50s. mid-50s for tomorrow morning. more storm potential on the way. we'll track the hour-by-hour coming up. erica showed you video,
>> and there's damage near eton. local 12, meteorologist, brandon orr, joins us with a live look on what's happening there. hi, brandon. >> it was shortly after 1:30 in the afternoon, we noticed a little bit of rotation on doppler 12 hd. sure enough within three minutes, a tornado warning was issued. a tornado did touchdown here. you could check some of the damage and most of it in the farm right up here. it was a barn. and neighbors were saying, because the homeowners were not home at the time. it scattered into pieces and there's a trail that outlines the exact path that goes all the way through the field. there's one person home. she got a tornado warning alert on her phone. that's when she ran with her kids to the basement. that's the same exact time that field. what happens next, will send a crew to the things.
the damage, the width and they put a rating on the tornado based on the damage. they can tell what the wind speeds are here. and i would estimate, this is by es tornado. this is fairly weak barn that got lifted up. they will come out and have an official word. marlo was home at the time and she had one thing to say. >> very blessed. the good lord was watching over us. >> thankfully, no one was injured. they were in their basement. you could see the commotion. they were out here boarding up. guys, cammy and rob, this is a community, when something like this happens, everybody comes out and helps. >> interestingly, brandon, you were telling us the process of which the national weather
was a tornado or not, what the strength is. >>nd a brandon was talking. we got the survey. and it looks to be a preliminary e f-1, which means 86 miles an hour, to 110 miles an hour wind. along the track, as the tornado kind of moved from, moved to the north and east? >> it could have damage of ef 0 to ef 3. the damage could vary. and we did have two instances, where we have a tornado warning. i'll talk about this in my full weather in a bit. right now, around the phillips brook area, ef one. >> it's not just two tornadoes. >> this one, brandon was tracking was most likely the same storm. the same tornado warning that started off, southeast of eaton
which is north of dayton and kind of moved into miami county, which is more north. and then we had a separate one that's west. we'll be honoring that. >> and lots going on. thank you, erica. >> she never left the hospital after her body was left in the emergency room. today, the 16-year-old died. hailey couldn't recover from severe head and internal injuries. her 34-year-old boyfriend was beating. as investigators monitored hailey's condition. arnold was indicted on unrelated heroin traffic charges. now evidence of hailey's beating. we will follow the investigation and let you know what happens. money property in a local neighborhood doesn't look like a game changer but it seems like it's a new beginning.
playground in the west end. it attracted drug dealers. after several shooters nearby, they tried to make a difference. >> and gang members arrested on federal, gun and drug charges in 2010. it took the playground and was supposed to be a safe place for children. bad things were happening in the playground, including murder. >> it wasn't safe for kids. we didn't want to keep that. it was a charade that we wanted o encourage kids to play here. >> they voted to tear down the playground equipment. here it is today. >> one hangs out here now. when it comes to crime, it's
homeowners are all in. everyone, not only cpd, but everybody in partnership is taking ownership of this. >> and only thing left of the original top lot is this walkway. people who live around here, now it takes a community in a whole different direction. for the children, there's already a new playground, two blocks away at p&g all-star park. the old tot lot is going to be a green space. not right away. >> for now, we think, we lost control as a community of the spot. we're not going to have not have folks gather here for a while >> greater? >> yes, take a time out. >> this memorial stone, a lifelong resident, who is dedicated to community.
>> and it was important. and he passed away. grown men came here crying. >> and cheers are expected again, with a new carpet dedicated. it will now be the raymond, jackson memorial park. debra
dixon, local 12 news. >> the park is expected to be dedicated in may. still to come, there's video going around that's prompted a criminal investigation.
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fix the problems a year ago. mold wants to get rid of everything. there's more mice. you could hear them climbing through the walls. it's sad, the england. >> and exposed gas lines, crisscross the kitchen. cold shower leaks into a tub that doesn't drain. the place is loaded with rat poison and exposed wires. and all for $500 a month. >> i've tried to help my dad. i've done my power to keep the house clean. we barely have friends come over. nobody wants to talk to us anymore. >> there's so many things wrong. last july. they haven't been able to get the landlord, john blake to show up in court. >> i can't do anymore.
>> i found john blake, who runs the home remodeling business, at his lovelily home a few blocks away. >> i work for channel 12. >> i'd like to talk to you about your property in grant street. >> no comment. >> you could tell me why you . >> are you going to fix the property mr. blake. >> it will never be dob soon enough. >> rich jaffe, local 12 news. >> they plan to condemn and possibly demolish the home. they've been waiting to do that, until jones and his son could find things to live. we will stay on it and let you know what happens. >> lots happening in weather. >> i will explain what happened earlier.
doing survey, a separate severe weather address. i'll show you the area after we show you the video. take a look at the tornado video. this is the phillipsburg, in northwestern montgomery county. an e f-1 tornado in the phillipsburg. you could see, as you look closely, this is in the phillipsburg ohio area, with the debris. we've solved that in radar as well. this is what you're seeing here
this is from the phillipsburg area, just about northwest of the dayton area. we have an instance, where we have a tornado warning. my graphics, and i want to show you the area, what we're talking about. this is in the phillipsburg area, we have damage to the barns and roofs and things like that. there's an instance where we had a tornado warning. that's where brandon orr was. if you were with us earlier. he's pretty much near eaton and we also have the tornado in phillips, and northwestern montgomery county. we have damage in owe callon
this brandon orr's concern will get determined tomorrow. it's about northwest of dayton, about half an hour. here at home, we're quiet. we're deal with plain old rain. north of thalmus, near the brazen area. and we'll continue to track it to the north and east. we have heavy rain, and manchester, lighter rain near blue creek, and few sprinkles and that will make it. and some could produce heavy downpours, and this is due to an area of low pressure. off to the west, we're looking at another disturbance.
11:00 at 3:00, and potential thunderstorm or two. we have potentially cloudy skies. temperatures in the upper 60s. 70 in georgetown. tonight, will fall in the 60s into the 40s. keeping a chance in for rain, at least 9:00. couple of chances through the east. we're dry. we can see patchy showers and the morning commute. the cold front moves in as well. the national weather service has placed portions of the local 12 viewing area in a slight risk of severe weather. tomorrow, during the day, we're dry. getting to the lower 70s. we have slight chances for a couple of showers and storms late tomorrow night. thursday and friday, as well. and more intermit tent showers for saturday and sunday with
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