DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — A tree crashed into a home in Pike Township near New Carlisle during Monday’s severe weather.

The storm moved through the area around 4 p.m. Monday afternoon, according to a homeowner.

“All of a sudden this wind started getting closer and closer and it sounded like a freight train,” homeowner Jerome Thomas said.

Thomas said the tree caused part of the porch to collapse and caused damage to the roof on the second story that allowed water to leak into the home.

Crews on the scene also saw a power pole fire. Pike Township Fire Department and utility crews responded to monitor the pole and lines.

Thomas confirmed that no one was hurt.

The storm also caused a barn to collapse and downed several trees and limbs along State Route 235. Wind tore off siding and parts of roofs on homes along Stott Road in Pike Township.