Storm reports are coming into the WITN Newsroom as the storms move across Eastern Carolina.
An elderly woman was injured when high winds damaged her Duplin County home.
It happened around 2:00 p.m. on Kitt Noecker Road, southwest of Pink Hill. First responders say a metal carport was blown off a home, and the debris hit a van. A 16-year-old boy in the van was not hurt.
The debris continued on and struck a double-wide trailer, ending up on the roof of the home. An elderly couple was inside at the time. When the debris hit, the force knocked over a armoire inside, striking the woman. She was not severely injured, but taken to the hospital as a precaution.
In Jones County, a 140 foot barn was blown across Shivar Lane outside of Comfort. Also, on Ralph Barnes Road a tobacco building was blown off its foundation.
Quarter to golf ball sized hail has been reported in Duplin County, just east of Beulaville. Quarter-sized hail was also reported in Beulaville.
Amanda Edwards lives on Highway 24 and says the storm came through around 3:00 p.m. and covered their front and back yard with hail. She said the hail lasted for about 10 minutes.
Quarter-sized hail was reported northwest of Richlands.
A report indicates a child was hit by lightning in Craven County.
A house was reported to be hit by lightning in Pamlico County.
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