VAN WERT, OH (WCMH/AP) – A spokesman for the state Emergency Management Agency says damage was reported at a mobile home park and other sites across four northwest Ohio counties after storms that spurred multiple twisters in Indiana moved across the state line.

Spokesman Jay Carey said Wednesday night that there was damage in Defiance, Henry, Paulding and Van Wert counties. Carey says one minor injury was reported.

The Defiance County Emergency Management Agency says the area around a mobile home park in the county sustained the most damage. Roads around it were blocked off.

Randi Rios a Green Acres resident says the damage is stunning. “It’s crazy seeing it like this in the daylight. I mean, it’s bad.”

But Rios says things could have been worse.  “I’m relieved that I still have a place to come home to and that nobody was seriously hurt.”

Officials in Van Wert County say at least two tornadoes touched down about two miles apart. Roofs were blown off homes and barns were destroyed.

There were reports of downed trees and power lines around the area.