MONROE, La. (KNOE) - Storms hit Northeast Louisiana on April 12 causing damage across parts of the area. Here's a look at some of that damage.
Note: Police are asking that people not go driving around to look at storm damage. Power lines and trees are down in parts of the Ouachita Parish area. Emergency crews and first responders are working to do their jobs and they need the roads clear so they can restore power and assess the damage.
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The City of West Monroe reports damage in the south West Monroe area. / Photos: City of West Monroe
A viewer sent in photos of damage from the Sandal Street area of Ouachita Parish. / Photos: Brooke
Debris surrounds St. Mary's Baptist Church at Peach and South 12th in Monroe after Sunday's storms. / Photos: KNOE Reporter Reggie Wells
Sunday's weather knocked over some trucks in the I-20 / Hwy 165 area of Monroe. / Photo: KNOE Reporters Reggie Wells & Courtney Cole
Storms sent a heavy piece of wood through the windshield of a parked car in Monroe. / Photo: KNOE Reporter Reggie Wells
Homes on Sunflower in Monroe suffered heavy damage in Sunday's storms. / Photos: KNOE Reporter Reggie Wells
Storms knocked down trees on Highway 134 in the Fairbanks area of Ouachita Parish. / Photos: Debbie McNew
A viewer sent in pictures of damage along South 5th in Monroe. / Photos: Kaylaysha Meka Kyles