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INDIANAPOLIS — Tornadoes and funnel clouds in a slow-moving storm sent people into safe spaces Friday night in counties northwest of Indianapolis, but little damage and no injuries have been reported.

The National Weather Service is expected to later confirm the tornadoes with surveys.

The first report of a tornado on the ground came before 8:30 p.m. Friday from northeast of Dayton in Tippecanoe County, near the Carroll-Tippecanoe county line. Tippecanoe County authorities said a barn on East County Line Road was damaged, and a tree fell on a pickup truck. Power lines were down in the area.” / Twitter

At 9:09 p.m., a tornado was reported on the ground 12 miles southwest of Walton, or 15 miles west of Kokomo, in southwest Carroll County, moving east at 20 mph. The Burlington Fire Department in Carroll County said about 10 p.m. in a message to WISH-TV, “We are still collecting info on damage. No injuries reported in our area. We have some trees down and some power lines. Got pretty lucky

Most of the damage is further north in the county near Flora and out in the rural areas.”” / Twitter

At 9:15 p.m., a tornado was on the ground in western Howard County near 350 N 1350 W traveling northwest, said local emergency authorities. Howard County authorities initially reported no damage and no injures from the severe storm.

At 9:23 p.m., a tornado was on the ground 8 miles southwest of Walton, or 12 miles south of Logansport, moving northeast at 20 mph.

Then shortly before 10 p.m., Cass County EMA director Alvin Beckman told WISH-TV that multiple funnel clouds and possible tornado touchdowns were reported. No damage or injuries were immediately reported.