SULLIVAN COUNTY, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — After severe storms and a tornado hit Sullivan on Friday, the Indiana Department of Transportation has several crews in the area working on repairs and asks motorists to use caution. 

Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb declared both Sullivan and Johnson County to be in a state of emergency following the storm’s impacts and destruction. 

In the aftermath, many emergency crews, residents, and other volunteers have been working to clean up the debris. According to a post from INDOT, crews will also be out and about across Indiana to help clean and make repairs. 

INDOT asks motorists to please use caution and slow driving while in construction zones and around crew work sites. INDOT also asks anyone who finds roads with storm damage or debris on the roads to report the impacted area to local law enforcement.