Leonia starts to clean up after storm

Trees toppled in yesterday's storm remain on the ground in Leonia despite calmer skies today. Wood chippers could be heard this morning as the cleanup

LEONIA - Trees toppled in yesterday's storm remain on the ground in Leonia despite calmer skies today. Wood chippers could be heard this morning as the cleanup began. Some Leonia residents believe they were actually hit by a tornado. Despite the number of downed trees, no injuries were reported as a result of yesterday's storm.

News 12 New Jersey spoke with Geri Gelens who lives in nearby Palisades Park, which saw much less damage. Gelens says she can't believe the difference in damage between the two towns.

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