We had some damage in a residential area in town, but nothing major. I'm not sure about injuries. I live a little over 7 miles out of town, rural but on a state highway. We have civil defense sirens scattered throughout the county in most of the small communities. From my house (I'm on a hill) I can here two and possibly three sirens from different communities. The one closest to me is a real earful!
Interestingly, I thought it was all over with and didn't see any warnings then all of a sudden one pops up in northern Pike County...looks like the storm that just came through here. My daughter down in Covington County is without power and my mentor over in Butler county is without power...both are on rural roads, my mentor back deep on a dirt road so it may be a day or so before he gets power back...or it might be 15 minutes. :) I think the danger's pretty much over with for us. There's a few areas of interest to the east and northeast of us but nothing like over the last couple of hours.
I honestly didn't know the NOAA guys could type as fast as they had to to put out all those warnings!
Take care, Joe, Merry Christmas!!!