Severe Storms Leave Damage in Delaware, Pennsylvania and New Jersey

A line of severe storms roared through early Monday morning leaving behind a path of destruction, including downed trees and power lines and roofs torn off. NBC10 is surveying damage around the region.

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The roof was torn off this Utz Snacks warehouse off U.S. Route 13 in Laurel, Delaware.
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This delivery truck was tipped onto its side.
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This building was taken down in Laurel, Delaware.
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Homes in the Laurel area also appeared to be damaged Monday morning.
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The side of this house fell down.
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A tree toppled onto this Laurel home.
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A backyard in Laurel, Delaware filled with debris.
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The storm ripped the roof partially off this building in the area of Route 20 and Baker Mill Road near Seaford, power workers said.
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The storm left debris in this nearby field.
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The quick-moving storm toppled this utility pole in Collingswood, New Jersey.
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The severe weather tore the roofs off two apartment buildings in Camden, New Jersey. At least 27 residents were forced from their homes.
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Parts of the roof wound up in this Camden parking lot.
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This tree fell on this car along Mole Street in South Philly.
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A tree toppled along Passyunk Avenue near 19th Street in South Philly.
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