FARMERSBURG, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) – Powerful storms that swept through the Midwest overnight mainly caused downed trees and some power outages locally. called emergency dispatch centers around the region to see what damage occurred from the storms. As of 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Vigo County reported around 30 different calls related to storm and wind damage, but no injuries had been reported. Most of the damage was along county roads.

Sgt. Matt Ames with Indiana State Police said troopers responded to a report of one downed tree on a county road and one construction sign blown over on Interstate 70.

Clay County dispatch had received around 20 calls about downed trees but no injuries.

In Knox County, dispatchers there reported around 25 calls about downed trees and utility poles but no injuries.

According to the Duke Energy outage map, 43 customers were without power in Indiana, as of 10 p.m.

Duke Energy spokesperson Rick Burger said extra contractors have been brought in as well as Duke crews from areas that were not hit hard to help restore power. He estimated everyone locally would have power back by noon Sunday, if not sooner.

“We’ll get it back on,” he said.

He said most of the damage Duke was seeing was to trees and broken utility poles. Burger stressed that no one should get anywhere near a downed power line. He said to call the power company to respond instead.

WIN Energy REMC CEO Leslie Beard, said at one time more than 1,300 customers were without power but that by just after 2 p.m. only around 350 customers were without power. Beard said that all customers should be restored by 5 p.m. Most of those outages were caused by strong winds knocking down trees and poles.

As of 10:18 p.m. WIN Energy REMC’s power outage map said 2 customers were without power.