CRIDERSVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) - The Village of Cridersville in the Auglaize County has dropped the state of emergency that was declared in the aftermath of Wednesday's storms. .
Cridersville Mayor Loralie Myers said five structures were destroyed by the storm. Another 14 suffered major damage.
The National Weather Service was possibly traveling to the village Thursday to rule whether a tornado touched down.
Cridersville is west of Wapakoneta and north of St. Marys.
A tornado did touch down in the village back in October 2010. The National Weather Service said it was an EF-2 tornado that tore off roofs, broke windows and toppled trees.
Cridersville is not the only local community worried that a tornado touched down. The Spring Valley Fire Department in Greene County says based on the damage they've surveyed in their community, it could be a tornado that did the damage.
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