IMAGES FROM THE SCENE: Tornadoes Leave Extensive Damage in Their Wake

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Upton Police Department
The Upton Police Department shared several photos of possible tornado damage in the town. About 10 residents were displaced from a damaged multi-family home.
NBC10 Boston
Red Cross at the scene in Upton, Massachusetts, where a porch was ripped away from a multi-family home. All 10 residents were displaced as a result of the damage.
Upton Police Department
Storm damaged was mainly isolated to a section of Main Street, Warren Street and Ephraims Way, according to Upton police.
Upton Police Department
Car and property damage left by the overnight severe weather in Upton
Upton Police Department
Wind gusts uprooted this tree in Upton, Massachusetts.
NBC10 Boston
Talk about bad luck: a possible overnight tornado uprooted a tree that damaged a newly sold house in Upton.
NBC10 Boston
Meteorologist Michael Page says trees were pointed in different directions on the ridge of Ephraims Way in Upton, which makes it a likely spot to have seen a tornado given the elevation and storm path.
Douglas Fire Department
Douglas fire officials say they're investigating a possible tornado touchdown as well after an overnight storm resulted in lots of downed trees with "lots of twisting damage."
Douglas Fire Department
Branches and trees cover this Douglas, Massachusetts house, where officials are investigating whether a tornado touched down overnight.
Douglas Fire Department
A broken branch in Douglas exhibits twisting damage from the overnight storm.
Douglas Fire Department
More trees showing twisting damage from the overnight possible tornado in Douglas.
Upton Police Department
A tree fell into a pool and damaged the siding of a home on Merriam Way in Upton, Massachusetts
Upton Police Department
An uprooted tree rests near a home in Upton
Upton Police Department
More tree and property damage in Upton
Upton Police Department
Trees damaged in the overnight storm also downed power lines in addition to damaging property, according to Upton police.
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