APPLETON - Downed trees and power lines littered the streets and yards in the heart of Appleton after the storm hit.
Large trees blocked intersections and streets, narrowly missing some homes.
"Looked out the window and watched it drop, so it was pretty nasty," said Kimberly Cumber.
But unfortunately, it was a direct hit for others. And cars were no exception.
"My nephew came and told me a tree fell on my car," said Beth Steward.
Stewart says it was a matter of seconds before a large tree flattened the roof of her 2000 Cadillac CTS.
"I thought it was thunder, I felt a little boom and looked out and wanted to cry pretty much, but at least no one was hurt," said Stewart.
But not too long after the storm hit, residents and city crews were out in full force cleaning up.
"A lot of downed trees, downed wires, a god awful mess," said Matt Abba with the City of Appleton.
Bulldozers helped to clear some streets, while residents with cables and saws worked on others.
"Basically I sat it out until everything stopped, looked down the street, saw all the big branches, pardon me, I'm a little winded, and thought I'd give a hand with a buddy," said Erik Franklin.
But other streets remained inaccessible because of downed power lines which blocked the way through.
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