KIMBERLY - About four miles east of Appleton, residents in Kimberly are also cleaning up from the storm.
Downed trees and power lines can be seen throughout the village. Some roofs and fences were also damaged.
City officials say the storm affected the entire village and they're working on cleaning it up, one piece at a time.
"We're really triaging, getting the things that are dangerous, like hanging branches, those are coming down first; then we're going through and making sure we keep all streets passable,” said Kimberly Board President Chuck Kuen. “And then we'll go about the task of picking up the massive amount of brush throughout the confines of the village."
Kimberly's board president said the village submitted a state of emergency claim. He says they hope to get any help that is available.
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