WASHTENAW COUNTY (WXYZ) - The Washtenaw County Sheriff's Department says that at this point their are no reports of deaths or serious injuries relating to Thursday night's storms reported in that county.
Police have set up a command post to deal with the aftermath. Mutual assistance is being provided throughout the county.
Troopers are out directing traffic. However, police are advising people in the area to stay in their homes.
Anyone who needs shelter is being asked to report to Mill Creek Middle School in Dexter.
The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services is on the ground in Dexter. Volunteer are providing food, water and comfort to those affected by the storm.
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